£22.15 – £49.10

Democratising Fashion Sustainability Q&A & Workshop with Clare Press

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Fashion Roundtable Q&A & workshop with Vogue's Sustainability Editor Clare Press on democratising fashion sustainability.

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Want to join the dots between what you wear and how you can be truly ethical? Want to understand why fashion is a global conversation and the threads of colonialism (from modern day slavery, to international supply chains) and workshop solutions and commitments to be more empowered in democratising your consumer choices?

Then this event is for you.

Fashion Roundtable are delighted to host Clare Press our Global Sustainability Expert for our upcoming Q&A and workshop. Clare is the Sustainability Editor at Large for Vogue Australia, presenter of the Wardrobe Crisis podcast, Global Ambassador for the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Make Fashion Circular initiative. She is also a member of the Australian advisory board of Fashion Revolution, sits on Copenhagen Fashion Week’s Sustainability Advisory Board and is one of Global Fashion Agenda’s Content Experts.

Beginning the evening with a Q&A with Clare Press hosted by Tamara Cincik, CEO & Founder of Fashion Roundtable, talking to Clare about her work and with your chance to have your sustainability questions answered by one of the world's top experts. Followed by a workshop where Clare, Navjyot Lehl Fashion Roundtable's Politics expert and Sara Ali, Fashion Roundtable's luxury and emerging markets expert will lead sessions covering sustainability: where we are now and where we need to go led by Clare. Policy led by Navjyot Lehl: what does democracy mean in a fashion market where those who make our clothes are often underpaid in third world countries? How to integrate the UN's sustainable development goals as a map for positive fashion business practice. And from Sara, recognising the impact of colonialism on people of colour and how we can integrate these lessons into a conscious luxury business model.

Event Details

Arrival and Networking: 6.30pm - 7:00pm

Q&A: 7:00pm - 7.30pm

Workshops: 7.30pm - 10pm

Networking: 10pm - 10.30pm

Please click here to hear Clare Press in conversation with Tamara Cincik for her podcast Wardrobe Crisis.

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