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Heidi Middleton Shot ARTCLUB

Heidi Middleton, one of Australia's world renowned fashion designers, is coming to the Sunshine Coast, as a part of The Refinery and council's fabric – Slow Fashion | Artful Living program, for a one-night only event on May 30.

Don't miss this opportunity to join Heidi in conversation as she shares the story of her journey from co-founder of Sass and Bide to living in France and returning to Australia to create her alternative vision of fast fashion, the environmentally-conscious creative venture, Artclub.

Channelling Heidi's passion for art and fashion, Artclub takes a fresh approach to fashion design and redefines what a small, sustainable, creative fashion business can look like today.

Artclub combines Heidi's original works, remnant fabrics and vintage fashion, creating limited edition pieces that are designed to be loved, shared, swapped, repaired and passed onto another pair of loving hands.

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What
: Heidi Middleton designer talk

When: Thursday, May 30, 6-8pm

Where: Mooloolaba Surf Club

Cost: $35

Bookingsevents.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au

Presented in collaboration with The Refinery - the region's first Creative Incubator.

To find out more about the fabric – Slow Fashion | Artful Living program and for a full list of events visit events.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au

fabric is supported by the Regional Arts Development Fund and council's Living Smart program.

 
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