Fashion ReImagined

Palace Cinema Barracks

host: FanForce

where: Thursday 19th October, 7:00 pm Palace Cinemas Barracks

61 Petrie Terrace Brisbane

$23.00 AUD Admission + $2.00 booking fee = $25.00

*This screening has a Q&A session.

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Brisbane premiere screening

Peppermint Magazine presents Fashion Reimagined Premiere Screening + Q&A

Peppermint is an Australian quarterly print magazine focused on style, sustainability, sewing and substance. As a small, independent publication that champions ethical fashion, diversity, inclusivity, climate action, slow living, sewing and DIY, social justice and more, we tell real stories with authenticity, thoughtfulness and passion.

Featuring Lauren Baxter (Editor, Peppermint Magazine) , Dr Zoe Mellick (Lecturer in Fashion in the School of Design at Queensland University of Technology) , Kat Walsh (Designer & Founder of Practice Studio) , Claire Goldsworthy (Founder of The Fashion Advocate & Sustainable Fashion Business Mentor) and Athena Savvas (Sustainability and Projects Manager at MJ Bale).

Join us for an exclusive screening of ‘Fashion Reimagined’, tracing Amy’s compelling sustainability journey from field to finished garment. But the experience doesn’t end with the credits. Stay with us post-film for a Q&A session, featuring some of Australia’s leading voices in both fashion and sustainability. Dive deeper into the themes, gain firsthand insights unique to our local landscape, and engage in vibrant discussions about fashion’s sustainable future. A confluence of storytelling and impactful dialogue, book your spot now and be part of the change.

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the film

Fashion designer Amy Powney of cult label Mother of Pearl is a rising star in the London fashion scene. Raised off-the-grid in rural England by activist parents, Amy has always felt uneasy about the devastating environmental impact of her industry. When she wins the coveted Vogue award for the Best Young Designer of the Year, which comes with a big cash prize, Amy decides to use the money to create a sustainable collection from field to finished garment, and transform her entire business. Over the following three years, her own personal revolution becomes the precursor of a much bigger, societal change.

After the film, there will be a special Q&A featuring the below speakers (and more to be announced!)


Lauren Baxter – Editor Peppermint Magazine

Lauren Baxter is the editor of Peppermint – a quarterly Australian publication about style, sustainability, sewing and substance. Overseeing all things across Peppermint’s print and digital output, an average day can see her turning her hand to writing, editing, art direction, styling and more. She has worked professionally in media for 10 years and is passionate about making a positive impact through the power of authentic storytelling. With a keen eye on cultural and social movements, Lauren’s vision for Peppermint is to champion conversations that educate, entertain and engage while empowering readers to mobilise and make real change in their communities. She cares deeply about not just elevating others to make that change but making a difference herself as a player in the media game – recognising the privilege that holds and offering a balm to clickbait and tabloid culture.

Dr Zoe Mellick – Lecturer in Fashion in the School of Design at Queensland University of Technology

Dr Zoe Mellick is a Lecturer in Fashion in the School of Design, Queensland University of Technology. Her research focuses on defining and actioning sustainability within global textile and apparel value chains. Zoe has examined understandings around sustainability and its value along cotton value chains, as well as circular business models and their impacts. Zoe also has over a decade of experience in retail with Australian fashion brands and continues to work with industry as a sustainability and impact advisor.


Kat Walsh – Designer & Founder of Practice Studio

Kat Walsh is a designer and entrepreneur. She runs Practice Studio in South Brisbane – a hub for emerging designers, local creatives and anyone interested in innovative, ethical and sustainable fashion. In Practice Studio’s combined studio/ store/ gallery space you can shop work by up-and-coming Australian designers, drop in garments for alterations and repairs, and watch garments being constructed in-house. The idea of the space is to bring designers, makers and consumers back in touch with one another in order to foster more meaningful connections with clothing.


Claire Goldsworthy – Founder of The Fashion Advocate & Sustainable Fashion Business Mentor

Claire Goldsworthy is the Founder of The Fashion Advocate, an online course platform and mentoring community for ethical, sustainable, circular and slow fashion brands. Prior to The Fashion Advocate’s recent rebrand and relaunch, it was the largest online store for ethical and sustainable Australian and New Zealand fashion, and a multi-award-winning ecommerce business. She is dedicated to changing the fashion industry for the better, working towards an ethical and sustainable slow fashion future with a focus on people and the planet. Through The Fashion Advocate’s mentoring and online courses, Claire shares everything she knows about business, fashion and sustainability to help ethical, sustainable, circular and slow fashion brands thrive. Claire inspires fashion labels to use their businesses as a force for good and create positive social and environmental change with every sale.


Athena Savvas – Sustainability and Projects Manager at MJ Bale

​Athena is a self-professed do-gooder, dedicated to helping shape a sustainable future for all. Athena is the Sustainability and Projects Manager at leading Australian menswear brand, M.J. Bale. In 2021 M.J. Bale became certified by Climate Active as Australia’s first carbon neutral fashion brand certified for both products and organisation. At M.J. Bale Athena is responsible for leading the charge on Sustainability, embedding M.J. Bale’s Sustainability Strategy through transforming policies and practices by working collaboratively with the entire business. Prior to her work at M.J. Bale, Athena spent over 6 years working in Cambodia on humanitarian aid through volunteer explorations and direct grassroots work with the local community in remote villages whilst also empowering young Australians passionate to give-back to volunteer and provide additional support to these neighbouring communities. Athena has extensive experience in philanthropy and is committed to showing businesses the benefits of doing right by people and the planet.

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