Welcome 'creative women with a conscience',
We'd love for you to join us at our next tommie community event where we've teamed up with Jenny Leong, the Greens MP for Newtown, to present an evening dedicated to locally made, ethical fashion in support of Fashion Revolution Week!
We wanted to showcase some of Newtown's best independent brands + retailers who have been long supporters and advocates of Australian manufacturing - and what better week than Fashion Revolution Week to find out directly from the designers themselves, 'who made my clothes?'.
Come along to listen in on our guest panel discuss what it's like to run independent, lady owned businesses that support locally made product and Australian manufacturing. The panelists will educate us on how to start your own ethical fashion brand, the benefits of producing locally + how style, social justice, sustainability and ethics can successfully work together in fashion.
Guest speakers on the panel include:
Jenny Leong - Greens MP for Newtown
Christina Kelly - Made590
Jackie Ruddock - The Social Outfit
Danielle Atkinson - Milk + Thistle
Luisa Franco - Madge Goods
Hosted + Moderated by - Natalie Shehata
Eco stylist, editor + founder of tommie magazine.
DATE: Friday 27th April, 2018
TIME: 6.30pm arrival for networking over drinks + treats until 7.00pm. Guest speaker panel to start at 7.00pm sharp.
WHERE: The Sheds, 30 Carrington Rd, Marrickville, NSW, 2042.
WHAT: guest speaker panel discussion, networking + curated one night ethical fashion market.
ticket includes a glass of biodynamic, vegan wine on arrival, treat, reserved seat (first in, best seat) in 'The Gallery' section of venue for guest speaker panel, networking with speakers, fellow guests + tommie founder and access to curated market with exclusive pieces brought to you by: Made590, Milk + Thistle, The Social Outfit + Madge Goods.
*a portion of any profits made will be donated back to a women's charity TBC - any suggestions are welcome*