61 Dresses and 100 Accessories Crafted from 100% Recyclable Materials Showcased
In a commitment to environmental conservation and promoting sustainable practices, Beaconhouse School System’s Jubilee Campus in Karachi organized an event showcasing the creative fashion achievements of its students, exclusively crafted from recyclable materials.
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This groundbreaking event marked the launch of “The Green Raiment,” the first-ever sustainable fashion brand initiated by a school in Pakistan. The exhibition featured 61 elegant dresses and over 100 chic accessories, all meticulously crafted from 100 percent recyclable materials. The students dedicated nearly a year to produce these environmentally conscious fashion items, including souvenirs.
Shaping Students Towards Socially Responsible Fashion Practices
Principal Tabinda Raza emphasized the aim of instilling a socially responsible and sustainable lifestyle among students. “Our effort is aimed at making our students adopt a socially responsible and sustainable lifestyle, as by producing all these products they have learned that their fashion practices should be caring for the environment,” she stated.
The event served as a platform to educate students about the significance of recycling and the reuse of materials in creating elegant fashion and lifestyle products for everyday use.
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Prominent industry guests, including Uzma Munaf (CEO of Sana Safinaz), Huma Adnan (CEO of CraftStory FNKAsia), Amneh Sheikh (CEO and founder of Polly and Other Stories), and Asiah Seemab (Head of the School of Fashion and Design at the Indus Valley of Arts and Architecture), commended the Beaconhouse students for their dedication to promoting sustainable fashion trends. They encouraged students from other schools to follow in the footsteps of Beaconhouse, acknowledging their practical demonstration of creativity and tailoring prowess in sustainable fashion.
Dresses, Accessories Crafted from 100% Recyclable Materials Showcased
Participating students expressed that they learned from the event that sustainable fashion not only reduces environmental impact but also improves social conditions, encourages mindful consumption, and supports local communities.
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The Principal concluded, “Beaconhouse Jubilee Campus believes that a change altruistic in nature, whether it is big or small, is needed. Sustainable Fashion is not a trend; it is a responsibility.” The showcased sustainable fashion products symbolized a commitment to conserving the environment, lives, and the future.