Fashion Reimagined

Palace Cinema Raine Square

host: FanForce

where: Wednesday 18th October, 7:00 pm Palace Cinemas Raine Square

Raine Square 300 Murray St, Perth WA 6000

$22.00 AUD Admission + $2.00 booking fee = $24.00

*This screening has a Q&A session.

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Perth premiere screening

Fashion Reimagined Premiere Screening + Q&A

Featuring Zuhal K-Mills (Founder Eco Fashion Week WA), Rebecca Rickard (Designer and Founder, Deadly Denim) and Shannon McGuire (CEO, Kirrikin)

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!)

Zuhal Kuvan-Mills – Founder of Eco Fashion Week Australia , AustraliaVisual artist and Sustainable Environmentally conscious haute-couture fashion artist.

The Western Australia based artist has two unique eco-sustainability labels to her name – Atelier Zuhal, an artisan studio specialising in handmade textiles alpaca and merino fibresand Green Embassy, a cutting-edge‘slow fashion’ clothing label employing earth-friendly, handcrafted techniques. Both labels also intensely celebrate the spirit of sustainability. They fuse zero-waste production,‘conscious ethics’ and ancient techniques with luxurious, sumptuous and alluring works designed to be passed down from generation to generation.

Zuhal is probably Australia’s most well known Eco fashion artist and she is also the CEO of Eco Fashion Week Australia, participating in many group and solo art exhibitions across Australia and Overseas, including Fashion weeks in London, Paris, Vancouver, Beijing, Korea and New Zealand.

Rebecca Rickard – Designer and Founder, Deadly Denim

Deadly Denim was founded in 2018 by Rebecca Rickard a Ballardong, Whadjuk woman from the Nyungar nation living and working on country Perth, W.A. The label has grown since it first started with a small collection of 20 recycled denim jackets at the Cinefest Film festival. Over the past 12 months, we have loved adding DD jacket workshops as part of our label. Working in settings such as services working with victims of domestic violence, correctional facilities, Department of Communities, youth groups and local high schools. The workshops have created a space to share their love for recycling denim and First Nation textiles.

Shannon McGuire – CEO, Kirrikin

Shannon McGuire is a proud Wadjuk and Balardong woman of the Nyoongar Nations who has been involved in the Australian fashion industry for around 20 years.  Shannon’s launch into the industry came off the back of her run in the inaugural series of Australia’s Next Top Model in 2005, before then being signed to Chic Model Management in Sydney.  After several years in the industry and working for the likes of Australian fashion royalty like Wayne Cooper and Romance Was Born, she realised the need for more representation of Indigenous peoples and culture in the industry and set her sights on paving a way for other young Indigenous women to find their feet in the industry.  Shannon used her platform to develop a number of programs including Miss NAIDOC Perth, a program that has taken in hundreds of Indigenous women over the last 13 years building leadership and empowerment skills through its workshops and offering the opportunity for participants to shoot with Australia’s finest photographers, creative directors and powerhouse brands like Country Road and Nobody Denim.

Shannon has now found herself re-entering the industry as mature model, stylist and producer and has taken on the new role of CEO of the Kirrikin Foundation, where she is working to build programs and platforms for Indigenous creatives to develop their businesses and skills in the fashion industry, as well as provide opportunities for international platforms, networks and connections.

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