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2022 Eco Fashion Week Australia

Updated: Jan 4, 2022

Our Collection: Eco-lution22

Garments by Designer Princess Marcia

BN Couture 'Your Call Drama'

Raw Cuts, Raw Stitch - No Waste, No Overlocking. Collection “Eco-lution22” by Princess Marcia of Barbwire Noose Clothing, is a showcase of Eco Fashion stereotype breaking designs. Upcycling, Couture and everyday fashion designs grace the Australian Eco Fashion Week Runway. Marcia’s BN Couture designs straying from the norm of perfected machine stitch, wasted fabric edging and overlocked seams to create a collection of Raw outspoken imperfectly perfect assembly. Simplistic glamour, precision seamlining crafted from the many facets of the eco fashion revolution.

Zero waste garments from evening wear to the casual look streetwear Marcia in 2022 features artistic eco construction and constraints mirroring the brands everyday threads.

Eco Fashion Week Australia (EFWA) will present its third international edition with runway shows and fashion art exhibitions in Geraldton, Fremantle, Bunbury and the Swan Valley region of Western Australia starting in late 2022.

Titled, ‘Closet of the Anthropocene’ and inspired by the impact of climate change, the upcoming chain of events will start Nov. 18, 2022 with fashion runway shows and will continue with exhibitions at the various galleries completing on Feb. 5, 2023.

“Anthropocene” describes a new geological epoch or planetary era in which human activity impacts the ecological balance of the planet and is the main driver of change, on a global scale. Geologists have proposed humans to be the most dominant influence on the earth.

EFWA ‘Closet of the Anthropocene will explore this geological era and its implications on design, textiles, art and fashion disciplines.

The festival will feature fashion art of over 50 international and Australian fashion artists using sustainable materials and textiles to address broader themes of Anthropocene. Fashion artists will examine the relationships between fashion and geology; and the future of fashion in the Anthropocene.

”I hope that visitors who view our shows and exhibitions will think deeply about the beauty of our world and how important it is for us to protect it,” said Zuhal Kuvan-Mills, Visual Artist, Curator and Founder of EFWA (Eco Fashion Week Australia) which is based in Western Australia. “We have a responsibility as fashion artists and consumers, to do our part in protecting our planet.”

EFWA ‘Closet of the Anthropocene will address waste, pollution, consumption and environmental destruction. The artists will also make a call for optimism with new ways of imagining a vibrant future.

Schedule of Events

  • Nov. 18 – 20, 2022 Runway Shows & Nov.21 2022- 5 Feb2023 Fashion Art Exhibitions Swan Valley Region/WA

  • Nov. 25- Dec. 11, 2022 Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery , City of Fremantle ( Managed by the City of Fremantle )/WA

  • Dec. 2, 2022 – Jan. 29, 2023 Geraldton Regional Art Gallery, City of Geraldton /WA

  • Dec. 24, 2022 – Feb. 5, 2023 Bunbury Regional Art Gallery, City of Bunbury /WA

The exhibition brings together fashion and textile artists from across the world, demonstrating a shared international perspective on climate change.

By organising exhibitions in Western Australia we hope to shed light on and continue critical conversations already happening across the planet.”

During its Western Australian premiere, installations will be unique for each gallery, allowing visitors who wish to travel to Geraldton, Perth, and Bunbury to see participating artists' series as well as at fashion runway shows. [Source:]

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