IKAT/eCUT: From Fast Fashion to Slow Fashion

by Pingkan Palilingan
13th March 2017
Launched last week in Gudang Sarinah Ekosistem, IKAT/eCUT invites the public to be more conscious when it comes to consuming fashion. Here we present some of the highlights from the exhibition.

As the first project of its kind by Goethe Institut, IKAT/eCUT reveals the shocking tales behind textile industry that brings the impact of fast fashion into conversation. But it’s not all bleak; aside from the Fast Fashion – The Dark Side of Fashion exhibition, there’s the Slow Fashion Lab, which is the light at the end of the tunnel, offering solutions by spotlighting examples of local, sustainable fashion.

Running from a month until the first week of April, the project encourages the public to be more conscious in consuming fashion through a few fringe events, such as talkshow, clothes-swapping, and workshops.

Here’s the highlights from the exhibition.

IKAT/eCUT runs until April 9th at Gudang Sarinah Ekosistem and opens everyday from 10am-7pm. For further information, visit http://goethe.de/indonesia/ikat

Gudang Sarinah Ekosistem

Jl. Pancoran Timur II No. 4B