Main image: 'Organic'; Photographer: Anna Rosa Krau; Stylist: Sophia Schwan

Welcome

to the

FutureFashionMedia

exhibition.

Imagination & inclusion, representation & responsibility, creativity & care: welcome to FutureFashionMedia.

FutureFashionMedia.

FutureFashionMedia.

FutureFashionMedia.

FutureFashionMedia.

FutureFashionMedia.

FutureFashionMedia.

FutureFashionMedia.

FutureFashionMedia.

Simply scroll down through this site to visit all the rooms of this virtual exhibition: or use the navigation bar buttons and jump from room to room.

Your exhibition visit will take 10-15 minutes.

When you finish your visit, we would love your feedback. Leave your thoughts in the comments boxes at the end of Room 2, 3 or 4. Or please complete this short survey and tell us what you think about what you've seen here. Thank you!

Every day we discover more examples: check out these creative pioneers in better fashion futures.

Atmos Magazine

Atmos Magazine explores climate and culture, regeneration and recovery and asks if fashion’s recent obsession with sustainability is only skin-deep? 

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SHADO Mag

Shado Mag stands for See Hear Act Do: a call for real engagement with the issues that matter, from fashion to farming, through stories told by those with lived experience.

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Slow Factory Foundation

Slow Factory Foundation offers education in the space where climate and culture intersect – driving systems change in the fashion industry and beyond.

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Trash Mag

Trash Mag spotlights fashion creations that are remade, reworn, reused, recycled – but never brand new. And always with a dose of sparkle and humour.

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Men of Thrift

Men of Thrift showcases examples of creative clothing that combine second-hand finds with sustainable fabrics, and helps men discover and create similar looks.

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Mission Mag

Mission Mag uses fashion to engage its readers with different causes – from LGBTQIA+ rights to environmentalism – to raise awareness and make change.

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Nii Journal

Nii Journal is a magazine that sheds light on the need for greater diversity in the media, shedding light on the hardships and triumphs of underrepresented groups.

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HOME

HOME is a multifunctional gallery and creative space that provides – literally – a home for the needs and talents of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic artists.

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The Fashion and Race Database

The Fashion and Race Database is a digital library about fashion and race – amplifying marginalised voices and illuminating lesser known histories.

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Worn Workshop

Worn Workshop shares stories of people’s relationships with certain clothes – so that we might buy, wear and enjoy our clothes differently.

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Share your views. Who have we missed? Tell us about the future-fit and fair fashion media you love, or give feedback on these examples, in the comment box below.

When you've finished your visit to this exhibition, we would love your feedback. We would be very grateful if you could complete this short survey and tell us what you think about what you've seen here. Thank you.

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FutureFashionMedia is a collaboration between Atlas of the Future, Makerversity and Colèchi, supported by the JJ Charitable Trust.

Thanks
We have worked with many people and organisations during our research and explorations, and want to acknowledge and give thanks for their work:
Kate Fletcher & Mathilda Tham (Earth Logic)
Amy Twigger Holroyd (Fashion Fictions)
Anastasia Denisova (Fashion Media & Sustainability Policy Brief)
Orsola de Castro, Tamsin Blanchard, Filippo Ricci (Fashion Revolution & Fashion Open Studio)
Bel Jacob, Alice Wilby, Sarah Arnold (Fashion Act Now)
Imriel Morgan, Amber Miller (Content is Queen)

Credits

Website design: Maddy Barr-Hamilton
Video production: Greg Furber; voiceover Imriel Morgan
Editorial: Becca Warner, Ella Aldersey-Williams, Rosette Ale
Research and learning: Tina Gorjanc
With thanks also to: Samata Pattinson, Roisin O’Hare, Indera Tamara, Rosie Footitt, Liza Mackenzie, Rob Elford 
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