Caroline Kiesewetter is in Stuttgart for Future Fashion

The actress and singer Caroline Kiesewetter will speak with author and journalist Wolfgang Niess and Philipp Keil from the Baden-Württemberg Development Cooperation Foundation (SEZ) about the Future Fashion movement on April 18, 2018 at 19.30:XNUMX p.m. in the Stuttgart Café Melva.

The Future Fashion movement initiated by the SEZ highlights social and ecological injustices in the textile value chain. Clothes swap parties, an exhibition, future fashion experts, city tours and the Fair Trade trade fair are intended to raise awareness, illustrate alternatives to fast fashion and show that everyone can change the world with their own consumer behavior. 

The actress, singer and speaker Caroline Kiesewetter is a fan of the movement. As a public figure, she advocates for responsible fashion purchasing behavior. “Too few people know that fashion that is created through fair working conditions and treats the environment responsibly can still appear fashionable, cool, casual and suitable for everyday use. “These fashion labels are now available and at affordable prices,” says Kiesewetter.

Other dates:
Friday, April 20.04.2018, 19, 30:22 p.m., “Sometimes loud, sometimes quiet” – jazz concert with Caroline Kiesewetter, Melva Mode | Café, Stuttgart. Entry XNUMX euros  

Caroline Kiesewetter: Caroline Kiesewetter is a real Northern Lights. The Hamburg native was born into a family of artists. She was on stage as a child. Thanks to her acting and singing training at the “Rose Bruford College of Drama” in London, she is very broadly positioned as an actress, musician and singer. In recent years she has appeared on stage at the Stadttheater Lüneburg, the Schauspielbühnen Stuttgart, the Hamburger Kammerspiele and the St.Pauli Theater, among others.

She has also made a name for herself as a jazz singer for many years. Her German-language debut album was released in 2008. In 2017, her second CD “Mal loud, mal quiet” was released. Caroline Kiesewetter appeared in various film and television productions. In the ZDF series “The Rescue Pilots” as Mayor Anne Lichtenhagen, in the ARD series “Rote Rosen” and the children may know her as Caro from “Sesame Street”. http://www.caroline-kiesewette…

About the SEZ: The Baden-Württemberg Development Cooperation Foundation (SEZ) wants to sensitize the Baden-Württemberg population for globally responsible action. It looks back on 27 years of foundation history. The main topics are fair trade, partnerships between people in Baden-Württemberg and people in the countries of the Global South, global learning and responsible corporate management (CSR).  

Melva Fashion | Coffee shop: Reuchlinstraße 22, 70178 Stuttgart, www.mail@melva-stuttgart.de

Contact: Katharina Hollaus, SEZ, Tel.: 0711 / 2 10 29-40, Email: hollaus@sez.de

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