T-1 Print was delighted to be part of the Coalescence Sustainable Fashion Initiative.

On March 1st at one of Sydney’s most attractive sites, the Coal Loader Platform at Balls Head Drive in Waverton, The Possibility Project, in collaboration with The Syndicate hosted a runway experience, showcasing sustainable fashion. The event which was proudly supported by North Sydney Council invited industry and community members to ‘coalesce’ and playfully reimagine the Australian fashion landscape. The events fostered collaborative action on social and environmental issues within fashion and brought together consumers, industry members, media, and positive change makers to the Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability. On the night attendees were treated to a sustainable and delicious dinner served by the OzHarvest food truck. Tonic Lane provided Young Henry’s beverages along with a selection of soft drinks. Also Showcased were the designs from slumwear108, Lifeline Designer, Pereira Fitzgerald, Citizen Wolf. T-1Print’s engagement with the fashion  sectors helps to bolster its understanding of the broader impact of sustainable practices. Being part of such an initiative informs T-1Print’s approach to refining its own internal manufacturing processes to become more sustainable. We were delighted our services were called upon to print T-Shirts for the event.


MC’d by the fabulous creative for cultural projects – Jessica Scully
Sound curated by – Ryan Grieve (Heart People/ Canyons)
All attendees were invited to the post-show Shop the Runway experience.