Do you love sustainable, stylish eco-fashion?
How about wearable pieces featuring upcycled ocean plastic, or a custom-tailored garment specifically made just for you?
The Future Oceans Eco-Boutique & Learning Lab launched last week and it runs until September 30th, featuring six new eco-fashion lines.
For 10 days only, you can pop by the Eco-Boutique and shop clothing and accessories made with materials that come from sustainable sources – including wearable pieces featuring up-cycled ocean plastic! Each piece was custom-made exclusively for the Future Oceans project.
On top of shopping stylish eco-accessories, you have the chance to have a limited edition garment custom tailored for you – you can browse the shop of sample garments, select a designer, and submit your measurements and the creator will custom make a limited edition piece just for you – it will even be delivered to your home!
You can also stop in and take part in one of the hands-on workshops happening this week – including making your very own beeswax wraps, recycled fabric tote bags and eco-friendly laundry soap – you can register for and take a look at the full schedule of workshops online!
Future Oceans is an artist led movement in creating global sustainable fashion in support of ocean conservation and The Ocean Legacy Foundation – you can pop by and check out what they’re all about until Monday, September 30th at the Bay Centre on the lower level next to centre court!
Want to win some eco-sustainable goodies for yourself? Check out our Instagram to be entered to win a $75 prize pack from Future Oceans!
- When: Open now until September 30th – all Bay Centre hours
- Where: Bay Centre lower level, next to centre court – 1150 Douglas Street
- Register: Full schedule of workshops and registration available online