New York Fashion Week this September isn’t just about runway shows. Sustainable fashion platform Blank will host a free and open to the public exhibition focused on forward-thinking thinkers in the fashion industry who are embracing new approaches to eco-friendly style. . From Apparis to Olistic the Label, Ethiquette to Phi 1.1618, the exhibition will help reduce your carbon footprint, minimize waste, create innovative materials, and break new ground with upcycling and circular methods. Meet the designers driving pioneering initiatives. The event will take place on September 10th at 214 Lafayette Street in NYC, with more details to come.
The brand expressed excitement on Instagram. “I can’t wait to share more at upcoming #nyfw exhibitions 🔥 We are very excited to showcase designers working towards sustainable solutions at the launch of our collection.”
Billing itself as “a multidisciplinary company bridging the gap between sustainable solutions and creative expression”, Blank explores the diverse industries of art, food and fashion. “We believe that consumers learn best through culture, that the cultural pillars of society can be reimagined as resilient to climate change, and that big events can be created that reduce our carbon footprint. believe.”
From London to Los Angeles to San Francisco, Blank has run its fair share of sustainability-focused events, led by founder Brittney McDonald.
“Whether at NYFW or another curated exhibit, the aim is always to leave people aware of the long-term impact they have on brands, designers, available solutions, and their carbon footprint.” McDonald said. WWD. When choosing between “regular” and sustainable brands, they feel empowered and compelled to choose sustainable options. And over time, these actions collectively help reduce our carbon footprint. “
Blank vets the designers they promote based on their values of finding sustainable solutions, education, expression, authenticity, expression, and accessibility. To fill four more spots in the lineup, creatives can apply by emailing her Blank.
“We want to change the way people perceive and engage with sustainable fashion,” McDonald’s told the outlet for Blank’s NYFW debut.
I can’t wait to see what is announced.