A New Dress From The Creator Of The Uniform Project

A New Dress From The Creator Of The Uniform Project
Design

The new design acts as a powerful tool for social change.

Laura Feinstein
  • 29 july 2010

A little while back, PSFK wrote about Sheena Matheiken and The Uniform Project, in which Matheiken pledged to wear one dress (spruced up with her own accessories) for an entire year, as part of a larger exercise in sustainable fashion. The Uniform Project also came as part of a year-long fundraiser for the Akanksha Foundation, a grassroots movement for better education in India. Recently, The Uniform Project reached the one year mark, inspiring its creator to go on to design a new dress for a new year of the project, available on their site. This is more than just a cute peter-pan frocked dress, it’s a powerful tool for social change.

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