Based on a reflection on the current consumption of textiles and ways of imagining sustainable alternatives, the designers Kim Hou and Paul Boulenger, founders of the creative factory About a Worker, invite the participants of this cycle of workshops to make a unisex summer shirt from emblematic motifs from the museum's collections.
Their unique and committed approach fully met the objectives of our call for projects, notably the transmission of know-how and the questioning of contemporary and future fashion issues.
Offered as part of A history of fashion, our collections tour presented until 26 June 2022, the About a Worker cycle is presented in 3 consecutive 3-hour sessions, on Thursdays 9, 16 and 23 June from 6pm to 9pm (from 18 years old, with a limit of 8 participants per session)
►1st session: Thursday 9 June at 6pm
Discovery of the embellishment techniques presented in the collections and design of a motif inspired by one of the pieces mentioned.
►2nd session: Thursday 16 June at 6pm
Reproduction of the motif on fabric and use of one of the embellishment techniques presented in the collection tour.
►3rd session: Thursday 23 June at 6pm
Making a summer shirt from the fabric created on site.
→ Book HERE your ticket for this series of workshops