Join Ugandan-born, British designer José Hendo as she discusses her approach to contemporary fashion design.
25 Apr 2019
Organised by:Katie McAllister www.nms.ac.uk
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Join Ugandan-born, British designer José Hendo as she discusses her approach to contemporary fashion design and challenges its throwaway culture through her innovative use of Ugandan barkcloth.
UNESCO proclaimed Ugandan barkcloth manufacturing as part of the world’s Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2005.
Jose Hendo takes a fresh approach to fashion design, challenging fast fashion and the throwaway culture. The label is passionately conscious of the times and is inspired by the world around us.
It uses eco-friendly fabrics as much as possible, creating unique one-off pieces, from organic barkcloth, cotton, hemp, bamboo, upcycling used garments.
It supports ethical trading, fair working conditions and raising awareness about environmental issues especially those concerning the fashion industry.
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