What runs through your head when you get dressed in the morning – do you dress according to what you’re doing that day, for comfort, or do you dress to impress? Japanese retailer UNIQLO has posed the question of as part of its new brand campaign called The Science of LifeWear – which aims to ignite the conversation about human attitudes toward clothing, and to explore the physical and psychological reasons behind dressing.


To kick-start the discussion in Australia, UNIQLO have partnered with The School of Life to present a specially curated workshop The Art of Getting Dressed’, held on Wednesday 26th April and again on 24th of May in Melbourne.


Hosted by wellbeing consultant Dr Nadine Cameron, the workshop will aim to provide a better understanding on why we get dressed, the conscious and unconscious influencers behind our decisions, and the ways we communicate and even enact social change through what we wear.

While tickets are exhausted for the April event, tickets are available for the 24th May event – book yours here!

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Paige Richards

Paige's nitpicking of misspelt menu items led her to find her love of editing. Living in her adopted city of Melbourne, she is ever in pursuit of the perfect coffee, and the perfect little black everything. And like the wise Carrie Bradshaw once said, she keeps her money where she can see it - hanging in her closet.

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