Fashion for Good Museum is an interactive museum for sustainable fashion innovation, the first in the world. It is part of the Fashion for Good Innovation Platform focusing on sparking and scaling Good Fashion technologies and business models that have the potential to transform the fashion industry. Open to the public since October 2018, the museum is housed in an historic building. Visitors will get to know the stories behind the clothes they wear and how their choice of clothes can positively influence the fashion industry.
In a vast exhibition space, you will discover new technologies such as ECONYL yarn made out of ocean and landfill waste, a Stella McCartney dress dyed using synthetic biology, mannequins that are entirely recyclable and much more. There are 33 actions to engage with and commit to and you might round off your visit at the Good Shop which is full of ever-changing and carefully curated products.