ABOUT THE EVENT
In honor of Fashion Revolution Week, we are hosting a clothes drive for the Make It Last Program and collaborating with C.Mota Studio on repurposed first responder uniforms as a reminder to turn fashion into a force for good.
Enjoy free custom prints if you donate clothes—bring any piece of clothing or textile-covered item you want customized (e.g. hoodie, tote bag, canvas shoes).
Donate clothes into one of three bins that represent a different non-profit:
If we repurpose and sell a garment you donate, we will give 15% of the sale to that non-profit. (Clothes we do not get around to upcycling will go to Helpsy who prevents textiles from ending up in landfills.)
ABOUT THE C.MOTA STUDIO COLLABORATION
15% of every purchase from the collaboration will be donated to Remake.
Pioneering the shape of sustainable living by reclaiming & re-purposing existing materials, C.mota Studio builds community in alignment with innovators advocating progressive social & environmental solutions to protect people and our planet.
The founder of C.Mota Studios, Carla Mota, was the former Design Director of Champion and now advocates for progressive social and environmental solutions.
ABOUT FASHION REVOLUTION
Fashion Revolution is a not-for-profit, global movement that campaigns for a reformation of the fashion industry to increase supply chain transparency among brands.
Fashion Revolution Week takes place every year in April and was formed from the tragic Rana Plaza Factory Collapse that killed over 1,100 garment workers in Bangladesh.
ABOUT THE SCREENING
Bebichaina, Lesley Venavir Gonzalez (b. 1996, Salinas, CA); is a self-taught painter, illustrator, anecdotist, craft-maker & visual artist.