The Redress Spring Fashion Show is the premier ecofashion showcase of the Southeast. As part of the Redress Ecofashion and Textiles Conference, the show draws nationally known speakers and attendees from around the country and has been highlighted in such publications as: IndyWeek, News and Observer, Ecotextile News, and Ethical Fashion Forum. Presenting at the fashion show can elevate your brand to the next level and puts you in front of leaders in the fashion and textiles industry as well as hundreds of other receptive guests.

 

The Redress fashion show highlights designers with accessible and innovative collections as well as emphasizing that “green” is in all aspects of life, including fashion. The clothing selected for each show has a strong emphasis on eco-friendly design examples include recycled, upcycled, or remanufactured garments; eco-friendly fabrics and/or sustainable production processes (such as no-waste pattern making or natural dyes); and/or a domestic supply chain.

Cocktail Hour: 6:00pm

Fashion Show: 7:00pm

After Party: 8:30pm


MEET THE DESIGNERS OF THE 2015 SPRING FASHION SHOW

Hear from the designers of the 2015 Spring Fashion Show. Audio produced by Carl Tyer of Sound Images

Elizabeth Strugatz of Wired Twisted and Stoned is a self-taught wire and bead artist, and a metalsmith. She is inspired by all things natural, including wire, metal, and semi-precious stones.

 

Allison Bowels is the founder of Artemis Clothing Co., a small brand of women’s dresses designed for the independent dreamer  who values locally made products. 

 

Chad Graves of Pressink create unqiue t-shirts tailored for the individual. Each one is hand crafted at the time of order, so each shirt is completely different from each other.

 

Rock Kershaw is dedicated to creating one of a kind necklaces from an assortment of beads collected from all over the world. 

Kim Kirchstein of Leopold Designs is an artist, specializing in hand-dyed Batik and Shibori silk fabrics.Each creation is unique, using sustainable soy wax and low-impact dyes on natural fabric. 

 

Manjri Lall began her career as textile designer in her native land of India. Her designs combine the colors, scents and atmosphere of India with a youthful and optimistic fabrics and styles.

 

Stephanie Trippe is the designer and seamstress behind Pretty Birdie Co. High- End, Sustainable, Custom Women's Clothing.