107% Funded


Target: €1000


€1,070 Raised


31 Funders

Re-dress' Better Fashion Week

By Rosie Oreilly


Re-dress is running Better Fashion Week from May 18th - 22nd and we need your support to make it happen. The Better Fashion Week brings together some of the best international and national labels and names for a host of events aimed at inspiring creativity and change in the Irish fashion industry.

This year we've confirmed some amazing names and labels; we are bringing Parisian sustainable fashion label Andrea Crews to Ireland for a live public showcase on Saturday the 21st. Andrea Crews' focus is 100% on creating pieces with minimum environmental impact using waste garments and upcycling techniques.

On the 18th they will also sit on a panel discussing ‘Future Fashions’ and hosted by one of the biggest names in Irish fashion: Eilis Boyle. Joining them will be award winning ethical label from New York - Study NYC.

We're focussing on sustainability at home on the 19th when we run the Mentoring Sessions, a chance for young designers and fashionistas to sit face to face with some of the industry's best and learn more about getting into the industry here. Artist and Designer for Lady Gaga among others

On Friday the 20th there will be a free screening of China Blue a movie shot undercover in a jeans factory in China that highlights the social impacts of one of the largest global industries.

Throughout the whole week we'll be bringing you the pop up of pop up shops; with names like Ada Zanditon , Una Burke and Ruth Duignan on the bill this is your chance to pick up classic pieces from the biggest names.

...Overall we want this event to make Ireland the home of Better Fashion.

Re-dress’s goal has always been to push the boundaries of fashion in Ireland. Previously we have brought the legendary Katharine Hamnett, Edun and Noir to Ireland and we need your support to make this years Better fashion Week happen.

Where will your money go?

All funds raised will go towards the production of the events listed above and on the website. Funds will cover costs and expenses of venues, speakers and production only.

Re-dress was founded by Rosie O’Reilly, Kellie Dalton and Kate Nolan.