Embassy of Brazil in London
14-16 Cockspur Street
Brazil: Creating Fashion for Tomorrow shines a spotlight on Brazilian creators and innovators who are guided by socio-environmental values. By highlighting the opulence of Brazil's materials, unique craftsmanship, and novel design processes, the exhibition underscores the evolution of Brazilian fashion towards responsible and sustainable practices in the industry.
As part of the London Fashion Week calendar, hosted by the Embassy of Brazil in London and the Brazilian clean beauty company Simple Organic, Brazil: Creating Fashion for Tomorrow unites a selection of clothing, bags, shoes, jewellery, materials, and solutions that tackle the challenges presented by the climate emergency. The exhibition showcases an intimate exploration of the diverse solutions Brazil can offer to the global fashion landscape, encouraging novel practices that intertwine social responsibility, environmental consciousness, and innovative design.
Brazil: Creating Fashion for Tomorrow is organised by Camila Villas, Lilian Pacce, and Marilia Biasi. Set design by Pier Balestrieri and Sergio Fuentes of Pier Ponto.
The event's carbon emissions were offset by Simple Organic.
Aiper | BeLeaf | Bottletop | Catarina Mina | Ceyla Lacerda | Clements Ribeiro | FarFarm + Fibershed Brasil | FarmRio | Fernando Jorge | Gerbase | João Maraschin | Karoline Vitto | Mabe Bio | Nova Kaeru | O Casulo Feliz | Projeto Akra | Pedro Lourenço | Renata Brenha | Royal College of Art | R-Inove | Veja | Waiwai Rio.
Brazil's vibrant creative industry is celebrated for its unwavering dedication to sustainability and the betterment of both the environment and its people. Innovative designers committed to employing techniques that prioritize eco-consciousness and frequently yield positive outcomes. They craft products using a diverse array of materials, ranging from organics to recycled, upcycled, and alternative leather sources. These forward-thinking designers have seamlessly woven sustainability into the core of their business models, fervently championing approaches that reduce waste, bolster durability, and promote circularity in their design processes.