Healthy Seas Fashion Exhibition in the Netherlands

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07 December 2016

Exciting news! The Healthy Seas Fashion Exhibition arrived to Deltapark Neeltje Jans in the Netherlands and will be open to the public on 26 December. So far, the exhibition has been seen by over 400,000 visitors in Greece. Join our journey from waste to wear, learn more about the problem of ghost nets, recycling, circular economy and see what fashion design students created from the recycled fishing nets!

The exhibition’s 10 garments were made by fashion design students of AKTO College in Greece, the stand design and construction have been done by architect, Evi Polychroniadou.

The old fishnets from our partner Den Oever fisheremen are perfect not only for recycling but also for decoration.

For more information and interesting insights visit: http://fromwastetowear.medasset.org/and see the sneak peek below…

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