As part of Squidcut: When Fashion Meets Science, Lilia will host a screening of THE TRUE COST, a recently released fashion documentary film at the ONCA Centre for Arts and Ecology. THE TRUE COST pulls back the curtain on the untold fashion story and asks us to consider, “who really pays the price for our clothing?”
This will be followed by a short discussion with fashion activist and designer, Isabel Roffe-Silvester, who is part of the Brighton and Hove Fair Trade Steering Group.
Admission is FREE, but places are limited. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donations would be most welcome, and will be divided between ONCA and Labour behind the Label, a not-for-profit cooperative that supports garment workers’ efforts worldwide to improve their working conditions.
SQUIDCUT is supported by THE REAL JUNK FOOD PROJECT.