"Homing Migration" is a compelling fashion film that explores the cyclical nature of waste and its impact on both the environment and the fashion industry. Through showcasing outfits created from 71,840L of marine debris collected from beaches, including Muuido Island, the film presents a stark visual of how our discarded materials make their way back to us, mirroring the natural instinct of salmon returning to their birthplace. This narrative urges a critical look at the fashion industry's role in environmental degradation and highlights the urgent need for sustainable practices. By drawing a parallel between nature's cycles and the consequences of human consumption, "Homing Migration" calls for a shift in how we perceive and

interact with our clothes, pushing for a future where fashion and sustainability are inextricably linked.