Scotland Re:Design’s Scottish Fashion Festival returns to V&A Dundee for 2022 with a runway show of iconic design!
After their inaugural outing in 2021, Scotland Re:Design are back with the Scottish Fashion Festival: a celebration of Scottish design throughout a programme of workshops, showcases and nights out across Dundee.
From Tue 15 to Sun 20 November, you can find an array of fashion-forward events popping-up in the city, featuring local talent like Jo-AMI, Dreamland Clothing, Tilda Watson, Isolated Heroes and Hayley Scanlan.
The festival launches on Tue 15 November with the SR:D Awards at V&A Dundee, celebrating the amazing work and impacts of designers from across the country as well as Shelter Scotland’s new SR:D Award, Fashion for Social Change.
Don your glad rags for the Opening Night Gala Runway at V&A Dundee on the night of Tue 15 November, with music from DJ Dicky Trisco. Dress code: Fashion’s Big Night Out.
Take in the Talking Threads exhibition at the Overgate’s Gather space until Sun 20 November, featuring work by Tilda Watson.
On Wed 16 November, drop-in to the SR:D Pop-Up Shop at UNESCO City of Design Dundee’s Union Street space.
Join Isolates Heroes #SequinSquad in celebrating 10 years of the brand! They’re hosting brunch at The Selkie with a trunk show, DJ, sequin goodie bags and more on Wed 16 November.
Inject a little colour into your wardrobe an upcycling workshop with Ruby of Dreamland on Thu 17 November.
You can reimagine your knitwear to design a unique piece that you’ll want to wear over and over with Jolene of Jo-AMI on Sat 19 November!
Scotland Re:Design is a non-for-profit organisation focussed on supporting the development of a successful fashion, textiles and interiors communities in Scotland through connecting with audiences. They work to protect the country’s rapidly growing fashion and interior market within the creative industries sector, addressing gaps and researching opportunities.
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