Discover ESPERO ATELIER Collection, presented on March 5th during the recently finished Paris Fashion Week. The non-profit association Espero France has exhibited the collection made by the Espero Atelier designers from totally upcycled materials. The Atelier is a dedicated fashion studio which provides training to people far from employment and allows them to acquire new techniques, professional experience, and sensitivity to the creative nature of the garment and fashion industry. The collection is easy-to wear an practical, working to forge conceptual ideas with realistic goals.
ESPERO ATELIER is a casually conceptual clothing label built believing in sustainable design practices, anthropological introspection, and the honor of work. Ideas like no-season, no-gender and no-greenwash merge in creating an answer for the modern clothing buyer in an overly saturated ecosystem. All garments are made from long term unemployed individuals. Espero Atelier helps them develop their skills to find stable jobs in the garment industry. – from Espero Atelier
Location: Hotel Mercure Paris – Sacre Coeur, Speak Art live music venue: @speakart_paris
Catering was provided by Les Cuisto Migratuers, Traiteur Solidaire et Engagé: @LesCuistoMigrateurs
Photography: Lisa Miquet @lisamiquet
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