An immersive and interactive sustainable art & fashion pop-up exhibition called
‘Up Down’ is open during the month of October at 192 Elizabeth Street in Manhattan. It is curated by a team of artists and designers from Parsons, F.I.T. and Columbia with the support from the creative start-up MindSight Lab.
The exhibition invited 10 talented artists and designers from all over the world to discuss sustainability and to inspire how creativity can help us be more sustainable while also providing interactive experiences. The sections presented include: Innovative Approach, Creative, Zero Waste, Human Nature, Fashion Art, Technology and Sustainability.
During the month, the exhibition also carries different eco-brands to support designer’s eco-effort.
On Friday and Saturdays, fashion design students from Parson will share upcycle alteration tips, teaching participants how to breathe new life into old clothes.
To learn more about this developing sustainable fashion pop-up exhibition in NYC, visit Updown.NYC.
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