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Made Again: Le recyclage dans la mode parisienne, des collectionneurs et revendeurs de vêtements du XIXe siècle au recyclage et à la seconde main

University Room: Omid & Gisel Kordestani Rooftop Conference Center (Q-801)
6 rue du Colonel Combes
Friday, February 23, 2024 - 18:00 to 20:00

Made Again. Le recyclage dans la mode parisienne, des collectionneurs et revendeurs de vêtements du XIXe siècle au recyclage et à la seconde main d’aujourd’hui.

Cette séance s'inscrit dans notre thématique annuelle Déconstruire la notion de la mode parisienne : vers un récit déhiérarchisé.
La séance du 23 février est consacrée à la question du vêtement de seconde main et aux pratiques de recyclage dans la mode, du XIIIe siècle à aujourd’hui. Elle explorera l’évolution des pratiques des fripes et de récupération vestimentaire d’un point de vue historique, social et créatif.

Nous aurons le plaisir de recevoir :

  • Astrid Castres, maître de conférence, EPHE
  • Camille Greco, secrétaire générale de la Fédération de la mode circulaire et co-fondatrice de CrushON
  • Lamine Badian Kouyaté, Designer et CEO, Xulybët.

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Made again / Re-made – recycling in Paris fashion from 19th century clothes collector and re-sellers to recycling & second-hand today

This session is part of our annual theme, Deconstructing the Notion of Parisian Fashion: Toward a De-hierarchical Narrative.
The February 23 session is dedicated to the question of second-hand clothing and recycling practices in fashion from the 13th century to the present. It will explore the evolution of thrift and salvaged clothing practices from historical, social and creative perspectives.

We look forward to welcoming :

  • Astrid Castres, assistant professor, EPHE
  • Camille Greco, secretary general, Fédération de la mode circulaire and co-founder of CrushON
  • Lamine Badian Kouyaté, Designer and CEO, Xulybët.

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