Since we created Mamie et Moi in 2012, our ambition has always been to participate in a more humane economy, a more thoughtful mode of consumption.
Yet, it took the collapse of the Rana Plaza in 2013 and the thousands dead and injured in that tragedy for an international movement to emerge and question the western world thanks to the hashtag #WhoMadeMyClothes?
The Fashion Revolution was born in order to denounce the excesses of fast-fashion, but also to show that change is possible. Mamie et Moi shares in this optimistic volunteer vision which asks that we all get involved, on our own scale, either as an producer or as a consumer of fashion.
On April 29, the first ever event of the Fashion Revolution will be held in Luxembourg, and Mamie wouldn’t miss it for the world!
From 11h30 to 13h, little and big alike are welcome to (re)discover the basics of knitting thanks to knowledgeable and practical advice and help from our famous knitting grannies.
Following that, a full day of different workshops (for instance Upcycling, or how to restore and refresh your older wardrobe), film screenings and an ethical market of indigenous products.
Mamie would love to have you drop by and take the opportunity to ask, # WhoMadeMyClothes?
Saturday 29 April from 11:00-18:00
aux Rotondes, place des Rotondes, L-2448 Bonnevoie, Luxembourg
Entry is free