The Future of Sustainable Fashion
17 September 2019, 7:00 pm–9:30 pm
On September 17th, to mark the last day of London Fashion Week, Fast Forward 2030 will bring together innovative entrepreneurs working to shake up the fashion industry for The Future of Sustainable Fashion.
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Evie Calder – Institute for Global Prosperity
Sustainable Workspaces25 Lavington StreetLondonSE1 0NZUnited Kingdom
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This event will explore what the fashion industry needs to look like in 2030 if we are to achieve the UN SDGs, and will ask 'How can sustainable fashion help us achieve the SDGs?'
This event will pay particular attention to SDG1: Eradicating poverty, SDG5: Gender equality, SDG8: Decent work and economic growth and SDG12: Responsible consumption and production.
Kresse Wesling - Co-founder & Director, Elvis & Kresse
Since 2005 Elvis & Kresse have been rescuing raw materials, transforming them into luxury lifestyle accessories and donating 50% of profits back to charities.
Mart Drake-Knight - Co-founder, Rapanui
Rapanui gives people a choice to vote with their wallet for ethical fashion, and want to use the power of fashion to make eco cool, and design traceable, transparent products that let customers shop quickly with a conscience.
Aisling Byrne - Founder and CEO, The Nu Wardrobe
The Nu Wardrobe is a community-centred online platform to share clothes with friends and other Nu members.
Panel Chair: UCL's Dr Teresa Domenech
Your ticket includes
- Talks from our guests speakers, a panel discussion and a Q&A session
- Networking and chatting with speakers, and the of Fast Forward 2030
- Free ethical & sustainably sourced drinks and canapés from Toast Ale