Fast Fashion: The Dark Sides of Fashion
Tim Mitchell Clothing Recycled, 2005 © Tim Mitchell and Lucy Norris

Fast Fashion: The Dark Sides of Fashion

Addressing the pressing issues of fast fashion in the modern world, and showcasing sustainable ways to reverse the process.

The traveling exhibition which started all the way back in 2015 in Hamburg has now landed at the Museum of European Cultures in Berlin entitled Fast Fashion. The Dark Sides of Fashion, takes a critical look at the consequences of fashion consumption for its producers and the environment, while encouraging visitors to rethink their consumer behaviour and to get involved in dealing with its impact. Making a thorough examination of fast fashion with insights into the Berlin slow fashion world, the showcase presents  the city as the hub of the international fair fashion world, and a source of numerous innovative ideas about how fashion can be used sustainably while still being fun.

27 September 2019 - 02 August 2020

Museum Europäischer Kulturen
Arnimallee 25

14195 Berlin, Germany

More News

20 November 2019
Iby Paul eligius award

Eligius Award 2019

Discovering new Austrian talent and supporting the growth of the contemporary Austrian jewellery scene.

20 November 2019
Fida Al Hussan Fallafai at Stedelijk Museum Schiedam

Modest Fashion*

*An international phenomenon in art and fashion.

3 November 2019
Filmstill by Johannes Schweiger Excavation

Arts and Crafts

Exploring the links between tradition, discourse and technologies in the contemporary arts and crafts scene.

3 November 2019
40 Years of Vogue Germany

Ist das Mode oder kann das weg!?

A celebratory 40th anniversary retrospective into the aesthetic phenomenon that is Vogue Germany.

13 October 2019
hanimanns at the blickfang vienna

Blickfang Vienna 2019

The biggest design concept store with a solid tradition of decades lands in the capital of Austria once again.

14 September 2019
Oliviero Toscani United Colors of Benetton

Oliviero Toscani at Atelier Jungwirth

The Milan-born photographer is coming to Graz as a part of his travelling project Razza Umana.