Fashion For Good in Amsterdam

Fashion museum in Amsterdam building

A space where you can learn how your clothes were made and discover innovations shaping the future of fashion. During your visit, you can find tips to have a positive impact, commit to taking action and shop sustainable products (that is, when you need to shop at all).

You can reserve your visit in advance on this Fashion for Good tickets website.

Good Fashion Action Plan

Visitors learn about the past, present and future of the fashion industry and with the digitally-enabled Good Fashion Journey and an RFID bracelet, they can discover and commit to ways that they can make a difference. At the end, they take home a personalised Good Fashion Action Plan, a digital guide filled with tips for extending what they learned in the experience into their daily lives.

Good Shop, Workshops and Education

Additionally, within the museum sits their next-generation retail space, The Good Shop. Built around a thought-provoking theme which is changed regularly. The shop features a curated selection of product collections related to the topic at the time.

They also host mending workshops, documentary screenings and lectures to educate, empower and equip visitors to incorporate Good Fashion thinking into their lives.

Fashion for Good Tours

Do you want to learn all the ins and outs around sustainable fashion? You can book a private tour. Ask their guides anything that comes to mind that has to do with fashion, sustainability or innovations. Their guides are happy to welcome you and teach you all that they know.

How to get to the Fashion for Good Museum in Amsterdam

Located in the heart of Amsterdam they are easily accessible on foot, bike or by public transport. From Amsterdam Central Station the M52 metro line departs every 6 min heading south and stops at station ‘Rokin’ in front of the building. Tram lines 4, 14 and 24 also stop right in front of the museum, and lines 2, 11 and 12 on 5 min walking distance, all at stations called ‘Spui’. The building is very close to the Red Light District and has its back towards the amazing 9-streets area, around several main canals.

Visiting address

Rokin 102, Amsterdam

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