They say everything old is new again. Innovative garments will be on show this November for the Recreate Fashion Show and BrisStyle ArtisanTwilight Market. The event coincides with National Recycling Week and will be held at the city's King George Square, on Friday 16 November 2018 in the CBD.
The Recreate Fashion Show and Twilight Market is hosted by the Brisbane City Council and is a recycling-themed twilight market and couture fashion show celebrating Brisbane's recycling efforts and inspiring everyone to recycle more for a cleaner, greener city.
It kicks off at 4pm and runs until 8pm, is suitable for all ages and the good news is that it is free. No bookings are required. Of course, food trucks will be on site to add to the fun.
The National Recycling Week was founded by Planet Ark in November 1996 to bring a national focus to the environmental benefits of recycling. Now in its 23rd year, this annual campaign aims to educate and stimulate behaviour change,
Come and marvel and the bespoke handmade designs by local Brisbane designers and join the waste to wear fashion journey.