Celebrate fashion’s biggest week with Remake, Most Wanted Luxury Resale, and NYC’s ethical fashion community on February 6th on The Delancey’s main floor. This unique runway show will feature activists, garment workers, and models, rocking looks comprised entirely of secondhand pieces.
Sport your most festive preloved outfit, enjoy a cocktail (or two!), and get ready for a new kind of NYFW runway show…
Cin cin to the future of fashion!
All ticket proceeds will be donated to Remake. This event is 21+.
Most Wanted is here to bring the world of luxury fashion to British Columbia & beyond in the most sustainable & ethical way possible. Their pieces are always pre-loved and always in immaculate condition, though they do celebrate the odd scuff here and there. At Most Wanted, they believe in extending the life of luxury by cherishing the history of a garment, and happily writing it a new story.
Deals on Designers was co-founded by two young women with a desire to sustainably transition their fashion. Both coming from the corporate world of consulting they sought to create a platform that brought all types of clothing to all types of professionals and their families. In this endeavor, they contribute to slowing the popularity of fast fashion and be instrumental in supporting shopping secondhand. Deals on Designers is actively seeking to enable their consumers to buy secondhand while still being inspired by current trends and designs.
Housing Works is a healing community of people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. Their mission is to end the dual crises of homelessness and AIDS through relentless advocacy, provision of lifesaving services, and entrepreneurial businesses that sustain their efforts. Housing Works is the nation’s largest community-based AIDS service organization as well as the nation’s largest minority-controlled AIDS organization. Born out of the Housing Committee of ACT UP New York in 1990, Housing Works was founded on the premise that housing is the threshold step for improving the emotional and physical health of homeless people living with HIV/AIDS, irrespective of disease advancement, mental health issues, or addiction. The organization is nationally recognized for its fierce advocacy on behalf of its member communities through path-breaking organizing, policy, research, and litigation efforts.
Remake is a non-profit organization fighting for fair pay and climate justice in the clothing industry. Through education and advocacy, Remake is making fashion a force for good.