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Future of Fashion

Future of Fashion

Programme FULLY BOOKED.  The world has hit the reset button. The global fashion industry has been going through an existential crisis. But do we know what to do, and what changes we need...

Refashion Plastic

Refashion Plastic

It’s Plastic Free July and it’s time to refashion plastic! For this year’s #PlasticFreeMzansi campaign we’ve collaborated with five designers who have made garments and accessories from plastic waste.

Slow Fashion Season

Slow Fashion Season

Twyg has signed up for Slow Fashion Season 2020.  By collaborating, collective action and partnering we have a better chance of changing the oppressive, exploitative global fashion industry. Join us.

Sustainable design resources

Sustainable design resources

We don’t have much time to change consumption habits and production patterns to address climate change and social justice. To save you time, we have curated this list of essential resources.

Give To Make

Give To Make

For R100 you can pay for 5 reusable cloth masks! To make 2020 masks, we need 404 of you lovely humans to donate R100 each.

Future of Fashion 2019

Future of Fashion 2019

Fashion Revolution is an international campaign advocating for a fashion industry that values people, the environment, creativity and profit in equal measure. This year on the anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster…

Langa Fix Week

Langa Fix Week

This is a MAKE SMTHNG Week initiative to challenge current consumer culture. This global movement invites you – instead of going shopping – to spend quality time with friends, family and, in this case…

Rethink the Bag

Rethink the Bag

Are you still using single-use plastic shopping bags? If so, now is the time to give them up. If you’re not convinced yet, by the end of Plastic Free July, you certainly will be. Twyg magazine, together with Hayley McLellan…

Future of Fashion 2018

Future of Fashion 2018

At this event, you will learn what the fashion revolution does, why it does this, and you’ll hear from people who are proving what fashion can be with respect to both people and planet. 

Shop guilt free in Cape Town

Shop guilt free in Cape Town

We know that traveling, in general, isn’t the most eco-friendly activity, so being mindful of how you spend your money is important. We tailor sustainable shopping tours for you.

Let’s talk about sex

Let’s talk about sex

Kim Windvogel, co-founder of Femme Projects, an organisation that focuses on Sexual & Reproductive Health and Rights. talks about how menstruation effects girls education and what we can do to help.

Our work is in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 12, which aims to ensure sustainable consumption and production. Read More