EcoXpo, the annual exhibition of eco living returned to Sydney at Byron Kennedy Hall with more exhibitors than in its inaugural year.
Running over the weekend of 12-13 May, highlights included the International Trashion Fashion Show, with trash couture described as “marine trash reborn as art” by American-born artist Marina DeBris.
Raw food advocate, Angela Kapudija, held a Raw Food “Cooking” Show highlighting the health benefits of a raw food diet.
Rosnay Organic Wines which we featured in last year’s EcoXpo showcased their range of organic wines, pastes and jams and will soon be launching a new preservative-free Mouvedre.
Eco-friendly hemp products were on display with Dr Dionne Payn explaining the benefits of hemp fibres in insulation and as a construction material.
Some photographs of the event below:
Trashion Fashion Team
Trashion Fashion with artist Marina DeBris (in black)
Trashion Fashion, choreography by Dean Walsh
Oli Statham, Rosnay Organic Wines
Angela Kapudija, raw cooking
EcoXpo is held annually and an opportunity to learn more eco living, attend live presentations and engage with exhibitors. More information from the website below.
Gourmantic attended the exhibition as media guests.
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