In light of COP 21 – UN’s global climate conference in Paris taking place at the end of the month – a digital couture dress displaying climate change data is set up London’s St. Pancras train station.
On our minds is Dress For Our Time, an initiative by designer and researcher Helen Storey which seeks to highlight how we act and think upon climate change – through fashion. In light of COP 21 – UN’s global climate conference in Paris taking place at the end of the month – DFOT is setting up a digital couture dress displaying climate change data at London’s St. Pancras train station. The public installation will show how a two degree rise in temperature would make the planet look like – if we do nothing – and the location for the display (which serves as London’s rail gateway to Paris) is thoughtfully selected as many delegates will be passing through the station on their way to the conference. Read more here.
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