Good Stuff NYC is a pop-up experience of living well in the circular economy. It runs May 31st through June 28th, 2019 at the South Street Seaport.
A sustainable, circular fashion industry is often thought of as some aspirational, distant future, but a month-long pop-up aims to change that perception. GoodStuffNYC is an immersive circular living experience at New York’s South Street Seaport that allows people to see, touch and feel new models of sustainable consumption.
Created by Sandra Goldmark, Associate Professor of Professional Practice and Barnard College and co-hosted by Fixup and The New Fashion Initiative, the Good Stuff space is designed as a home environment and features the brands and thought leaders who are building the circular economy, today. Sustainable and ethical products and curated secondhand items will be displayed, as well as a drop-off repair service and hands-on repair workshops tutorials led by REI, Fixup, Patagonia, and ReMade in Brooklyn. Speakers include Brendan Synnott, founder of Pact Organic and Bear Naked, Deborah Drew from World Resources Institute, Jon Caramanica from The New York Times, Agustina Besada from Unplastify, Elizabeth Cline, author of The Conscious Closet, Lauren Fay from The New Fashion Initiative, Tabitha St. Bernard from Women’s March, John Oppermann of the Earth Day Initiative.