News & Events

Here's what we've been up to lately. Check back for the latest news!

 

UPCOMING

 
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Kaveri speaks at pechakucha dc

Kaveri will be speaking about consumerism at the first-ever PechaKucha Washington DC to be held at Eaton DC on Sunday, September 30 at 3:45 pm. Tickets are free.

 
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texiles pop-up thrift sale!

On Saturday, October 6, Texiles will host its first ever thrift sale as part of the Community Forklift Funkyard Festival. We hope to see you there!

 

Past

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texiles cohostED “unveiling fashion”

Texiles co-hosted “Unveiling Fashion,” a daylong conversation about sustainability and fashion, at the GWU Museum and The Textile Museum on Saturday, September 29.

 
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texiles @ fashion revolution week dc

Texiles presented on a panel during Fashion Revolution Week DC on April 26, 2018 following a screening of the film “River Blue”.

 
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Texiles is "one good thing" on Pop Fashion

Fashion podcast Pop Fashion gave us some props under their "One Good Thing" segment. (Starts at 41:58.)

 
 
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listing on 730dc

The popular DC events newsletter, 730DC, recommended us as a service for spring cleaning.

 
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profile in renewal news

Renewal News covered the work Texiles is doing in the DC area to keep clothing out of the landfill and give it new life.

 
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table at rethread dc

Texiles tabled at ReThread DC's launch event at the Textile Museum at GWU.

 
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texiles on the frugal catholic blog

Texiles was interviewed on a blog about living within your means.

 
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interview on zero waste countdown

Zero Waste Countdown interviewed founder Kaveri Marathe about fast fashion, clothing in the landfill, and what consumers can do to go zero waste when it comes to fashion.

 

Panel on "conscious consumer"

Founder Kaveri Marathe spoke on a panel at the World Resources Institute about the consumer's role in keeping textiles out of the landfill.