A simple step-by-step process to help you reconnect, research and restructure your wardrobe.2015 Melbourne Fellowship Project


Inspired by having a wardrobe FULL of nothing to wear

Project team

Danielle Knox, Michelle Kovacevic, Riley McAuliffe and Heather Smillie


RE.VALUE is a simple step-by-step process to help you reconnect, research and restructure your wardrobe.

By the end of the RE.VALUE process, you will have a seasonal wardrobe filled with clothing that you love, and you will be empowered to continue to make ethical clothing choices into the future.

The creation of RE.VALUE was inspired by having a wardrobe full of nothing to wear, and the nagging feeling that we don’t know the true cost behind our fast fashion consumer choices.

Ultimately, RE.VALUE will help you to create a wardrobe that fits you and fits your values.

For more information, contact Heather Smillie - 0412 426 372

Or Find us on Instagram by searching RE.VALUE to keep updated with project news and be the first to know when the RE.VALUE website is launched.

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