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Darker Music Talks helps musicians become entrepreneurs. It's a series of free events in London that brings independent musicians and music knowledge keepers together, in a chance for a constructive dialogue. The future belongs to educated Musicpreneurs.
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Where – The Work Foundation, 21 Palmer Street, SW1H 0AD, London
About the discussion
Clothing and fashion are a second skin for most of us. It is how we all choose to communicate who we are to the rest of the world everyday and is our own personal artistry, something that we all (whether consciously or not) take seriously.
Working in creative industries and performing on a stage, where people need to understand your persona, is unique for many of us, but the essence of one aspect of what it means to be a musician. One of the roles as a performer and artist is also the one of being a storyteller, and this is where fashion and performance meet.
For us at rêve en vert, we are also telling stories through fashion and the choices we make to include certain pieces in our edit. They speak about who we are and what our message is – creating the underlying framework for our story.
Through this open dialogue, we would like to analyze and engage with what it means to have story behind your clothes, in order to tell a wider audience about your personal message. We want to analyze the story of where music meets fashion and why it’s important for this industry to know what this says about us all.
The experts: Natasha Tucker - Cora Hilts (rêve en vert)
The online destination for sustainable style; ‘rêve en vert’ was founded in 2013 by Cora Hilts and Natasha Tucker. The company was created in response to the evolving nature of contemporary style into something a bit too consumptive and trend-based for their taste. Rêve en vert represents Cora and Natasha’s commitment to bettering the world through the medium of fashion and lifestyle.
It is a project of passion by the two of them to support designers that are doing their best to improve the standards of the design industry. In the rêve en vert office, they speak about curation, aesthetic and longevity as the traits the girls want to see in the labels they choose to carry.
Cora and Natasha know that change in design must be made for our social and environmental wellbeing, and rêve en vert is the platform for them to put forward the creators who are pioneering this goal through fashion, beauty and lifestyle.
They can be found at @revenvert on Twitter.