Fashion Avenue Clothing Swap & Vinnies Pop-Up Shop

The Fashion Avenues clothing swap provides an opportunity for students, staff and people of the RMIT community to come along with their preloved garments and swap them with other students.

This event invites the community to reflect on SDG 12: responsible consumption and production by being mindful of their consumption and waste habits and valuing their garments by extending their lifespans for other to enjoy.

Fashion Avenue has also partnered with Vinnies on the event to provide you with a pop-up shop of garments curated from the Brunswick and Kew stores as well as a on site donation bin for any clothing discarded on the day.

Location: RMIT University Brunswick Campus (The Hanger Building 516) 25 Dawson St, Brunswick VIC 3056

 

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