16 de octubre de 2013

The Uniform Project DAY 1.

Here I leave you my first project for my last year at Instituto Europeo di Design.
It's not a big project at all, but the idea it's what makes me love it.
Our teacher got inspired by a project taken by a young fashionista in order to raise money to scholarise children.

One outfit at a time, Sheena Matheiken was determined to make a change.
She sported a simple, tunic-style dress for not one, two or three days. She did it for 365 days in a row.
The New York resident gave herself the fashion challenge of reinventing the same black dress. She did it by adding colorful tights, funky shoes and patterned tops, all donations from eco-friendly designers, thrift shops and mail-in leftovers from strangers.

Matheiken completed her yearlong Uniform Project this month; the effort started a year ago to raise money for The Akanksha Foundation. The foundation is a nonprofit helping children in India's slums attend schools. She raised enough money to send 233 children to school for a year.
Her project has turned viral and has had great success.

Our project, as i mentioned is very small, so we have to do it only for one week and with our own clothes. In my case I will always wear this same Mango red dress. Here I leave you my first outfit!

Styling: myself
Photography: Cristina Gracia-Nadal

Hope you like it! X

Gema Sach coat, Mango dress, Jeffrey Campbell shoes, Lous Vuitton bag


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