What brought you to collaborate with Napapijri?
We’ve been working on these workshops for a while and wanted to make them free and available to the community, whilst still being able to pay our educators fairly. So when they reached out to us and believed in our vision, it felt right to collaborate.
What values do you share with Napapijri?
We love the importance you place on ethical sourcing and working towards reducing your environmental impact. This is something we're trying to work towards ourselves.
What would you like your audience to take away from your Napapijri takeover?
We want them to feel informed and ready to take on the next aspect of their lives by taking accountability, considering that others are forced to move differently in the world and how we can use our privileges to help carry the most vulnerable in our community which in turn will create a stronger environment for everyone as well as tools to look after yourself in this current climate.
‘Make it Better’ is a core part of our ethos, what do you aim to make better through the work you do?
Through our work, we aim to make club culture and wider society better by helping to eradicate the misogyny and sexual violence that is so inherently present in it.
How would you define Future Positivity?
Future Positivity is taking note of what isn’t working today and figuring out how we can make it work tomorrow!
What does Evolution mean to you?
For us, evolution means unlearning the damaging behaviors and cultures that we are taught by living in a society that structurally denies so many of us.
Describe what an ideal future looks like, in one sentence.
A complete redistribution of wealth and power, void of capitalism, patriarchy & racism.