MoS pop-up is an immersive experience curated by Las Project for Fashion Revolution Week. Featuring Miami-based artists and creators that explore relevant topics directly connected to the fashion industry most critical issues. Such as environment awareness, gender equality, single use vs recycled materials, reliance on plastic, waste and traditional technical skills like weaving, knitting and mending. Aiming to create social awareness starting from a local environment.  


Fashion Revolution the global movement that campaigns for a fashion industry that conserves and restores our environment and gives people, especially women, a voice.



We will inspire people to take action by showing the positive change that has occurred in the fashion industry since our inception to initiate a conversation about how fair and decent work, environmental protection and gender equality are intersectional drivers that will shape the future of fashion.


We see the need for greater transparency across these three interrelated topics in order to better understand how to achieve positive change in the global fashion industry.



Cultural, industry and policy change:



  • A bigger and faster cultural shift so that all people buy and use clothes more mindfully. We want everyone to value quality over quantity and dignity in work.

  • A fashion industry that places equal value on financial growth, human wellbeing and environmental sustainability.

  • Implementation of regulations and incentives to the fashion industry as an important part of the government’s agenda of every country.







Aurora Molina

Amalia Caputo

Bernadette Despujols

Christin Paige

Juan Requena

Laura Marsh

Rafael Rangel

Tamara Despujols