RESCUED Denim Workshops

Discover Sustainable Fashion with Titanic Denim RESCUED Workshops

At Titanic Denim, we recognize the pressing need to address the ethical and environmental impacts of fast fashion and the textile industry. Through our RESCUED workshops, we aim to empower individuals with knowledge and skills to become conscious consumers and contribute to a more sustainable future.

Did you know that the production of a single pair of jeans consumes approximately 8,000 liters of water? That's equivalent to three days' worth of water for an average household. From cotton cultivation to garment finishing, every stage of a jean's life cycle has environmental consequences.

Our workshops cater to various audiences, including schools, colleges, universities and corporates offering engaging talks and hands-on experiences. We educate participants about sustainable shopping practices, the importance of upcycling and textile recycling, and proper consumer care for clothing.

But it doesn't stop there. Participants also get the chance to develop practical skills like stitching, sewing, and garment cutting using recycled materials. Under the guidance of our experienced team, attendees can unleash their creativity and design their own denim products, from bags to accessories.

Leading our workshops is Marie Nancarrow, the visionary behind Titanic Denim. With accolades like

Corporate LiveWire Innovation & Excellence Awards 2024 Winner 'Sustainable Fashion Brand of the Year' 2024

NorthernIrish Enterprise Award 'Most Innovative Sustainable Fashion Company' 2024

Belfast Business in the Community Responsible Business Award Product/Service Category 2023

Innovate UK Creative Industry Winner 2021 ,

Most Creative Industry Belfast Business Awards  2018

Most Entrepreneurial Woman for Women in Business 2019,

Marie brings unparalleled expertise to the table. Her extensive background in education and marketing, including work with schools and colleges, ensures an enriching experience for all participants.

Join us in creating a more sustainable and stylish future, one stitch at a time.

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