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Wardrobe Storytelling | Community Art Project

June 4 @ 12:00 pm - June 8 @ 5:00 pm

Wardrobe Storytelling

Florence Walton

In Partnership with Naturally Unique by SOS & Ms. Fitz Fashion

June 4 – 8, 2024

Reception: Saturday, April 8th | 3-5PM

Special Pop-Up Market: June 7th (12-5p) + 8th (2-5p)

What is Wardrobe Storytelling

Wardrobe Storytelling connects the community through the memories we have with clothing and promotes sustainable fashion.

Whose clothing am I wearing? What places have my second-hand clothes traveled to? What array of feelings were felt while it was worn? Through written stories, people are able to discover the backstory of thrifted clothing.

Each item has a story tag, in which the former owner of a clothing item will write a story or memory.

Participants are able to donate, swap clothes, and read through the racks of hand-written stories. As you embark on your thrifting adventures, I encourage you to reflect on the memories woven into the fabric of fashion.

More About the Artist

My name is Florence Walton and I am an incoming freshman at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I have interned at the Greensboro Project Space for three years and loved my experience.

Last year I had the opportunity to curate a project of my own, Wardrobe Storytelling, and I am excited to be back in the Greensboro Project Space to host the project again! I have always had a passion and curiosity for upcycling clothing, which inspired me to create Wardrobe Storytelling, to uncover the mystery of second-hand clothing.

Please feel free to directly message the project’s Instagram account, keep informed about the progress of the project or to help spread the word by following/sharing @wardrobe_storytelling on Instagram!

More About Wardrobe Storytelling Partners

Naturally Unique By SOS, founded and operated by Shanna Simpson & based out of NC, was established in 2016. Their product line consists of well over 200 items of earrings /accessories & thrift fashion. They also offer private earring paint parties, style boxes & personal shopping.

Getting Thrifty With NUBSOS, the thrift extension of Naturally Unique By SOS, came about in 2020 with a heavy emphasis in the 80s/90s era. You will find a lot of color and bold prints in their collection of vintage finds.

Their mission is to be your one stop shop by offering bold & unique statement accessories & thrift fashion that adds flair to your style and stands you out from the rest!

www.naturallyuniquebysos.com  or IG: naturally_unique_by_sos

Ms. Fitz Fashion, affectionately known as Ms. Fitz, specializes in curating a dazzling array of thrifted clothing including, but not limited to, treasures from the 80s, 90s, and early 2000s. Our one-of-a-kind collection celebrates individuality with a vast range of eye-catching womenswear, menswear, and accessories.

Founded by Toni Contini in July 2023, Ms. Fitz Fashion became a proud champion for unapologetic self-expression. As a self-proclaimed “misfit”, Toni’s unconventional style and passion for thrifted fashion, inspired the inception of Ms. Fitz. She firmly believes each garment possesses its own distinct personality, quirks, and energy, setting them apart from mainstream trends.

At Ms. Fitz, we invite you to embrace your inner misfit and vibrantly express yourself through fashion. If you enjoy marching to the beat of your own drum, as well as finding excitement in unique pieces, our selection is perfect for you. Wherever you are on your style journey, Ms. Fitz has you covered: cause Ms. Fitz fits don’t miss!

POLARIS is the arts and literary magazine of the New Garden Friends School. Published annualy, it is edited by Upper School students and includes work from a wide range of community members including students, teachers, and parents. Their mission is to showcase the phenomenal talent of NGFS and to inspire people through the magic of art, poetry, and storytelling.


To learn more, visit our website here

Greensboro Project Space Weekly Gallery Hours:

Tuesday – Friday, 12 -5 PM

Saturday, 2-5PM


June 4 @ 12:00 pm
June 8 @ 5:00 pm
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