It’s all about fashion shows @ the ancient Roman Forums this week to raise awareness for Green Fashion Week, now in its 6th edition, following the success in LA, Dubai, Abu-Dhabi and Milan. The Forum of Augustus and Hadrian’s Temple served as runways showing sustainable and responsible fashion collections of international designers, such as Flavia La Rocca, Kromagnon by Kristen Avery Long, Bav Tailor, Orushka, Gentile Catone and Nomadic Collector to name but a few.
A favourite is Gentile Catone’s absolutely stunning Gentile Catone line of pink satin skirts, shirts and waistcoats with flamingos and Garden of Eden style prints. The focus of Green Fashion Week is high quality and long lasting recycled or regenerated raw materials, reducing waste and inventing new ways to utilise goods at the end of their lifecycle, so is less stress on the environment.
Supported by the FSA (Fashion Service Association) and GD Major Entertainment, and The Ministry of the Environment and Protection of Land and Sea, responsible for environmental issues in Italy.
Be kind to the planet @Green Fashion Week
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