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Saturday 27th January 2024 — Saturday 9th March 2024
Opening hours
12:00am — 11:59pm

About the event

Making Fashion Last!
Three training modules to learn how to design circular

Within the European project Distributed Design, OpenDot organises the new edition of “Making Fashion last”: three training meetings to learn how to design in a circular way, addressed to fashion, product and textile designers, students, creative people, pattern makers, young entrepreneurs.
The appointments are organised by OpenDot as part of the Distributed Design programme, together with experts from the fashion industry.


27 January 2024: REPURPOSING AND UPCYCLING | Hands on denim
with Blue of a Kind – the Milanese brand that regenerates jeans and denim fabric deadstocks creating unique pieces, we will talk about upcycling and learn to disassemble a pair of jeans and manipulate its parts with different customization techniques and then reassemble it, giving it new life and prolonging its durability.

17 February 2024: TRANSFORMATIONAL DESIGN | Hands on modularity
Togehter with Linda Zamboni, designer and teacher of Sustainability in fashion and the artist Matija Cop who will talk about his creative research around modular design, we will talk about transformational design. Starting from the principle of tesselletion, we will then create modular elements and form flat surfaces or three-dimensional objects.

9 March 2024: ACTIVISM AND REPARABILITY | Hands on mending
Fashion Revolution – a global movement of fashion designers, academics, executives, brands, manufacturers, marketers, makers, citizens who want to revolutionise the fashion industry to benefit the environment and bring more value to people – will take us to understand how we can trigger change both culturally and by applying the concepts of reparability by design.

Registration: places are limited, to reserve fill out this form!