What a fantastic outcome for the Edinburgh screening of “The True Cost” at The National Museum Saturday the 25th of July.
From buyers, bloggers, beauticians and bubbly individuals, the room was filled with an entertaining vibe and great charisma! Quoted by Colin Gilchrist creative Director & Founder of Social Tailor“We had the biggest turn out of all the events taking place during the Festival, so I am delighted with that. “
The outcome of the event was extremely inviting and the variety of people and interests was magnificent. A huge amount of help went through various bloggers and magazines to promote and write this event up that also boosted and helped bring this energy of people to the screening which was exactly what this film needs.
There is something for everyone. Kicking the screening off at 1 PM the film went on for 1 hour and 20mins.
Andrew Morgan’s fantastic eye and the painful and heart-breaking research of people the world takes for granted allow Andrew to display the feelings and what we need to know in a 1 hour and 20 minute documentary. That will leave you speechless.
Fantastically inspiring, would recommend to anyone within the fashion industry and a passion for fashion as well as something great to relate to, also now available on Netflix to watch.
The main question “True Cost” is sharing is …who pays the price for our clothing? Find out in “The True Cost”.