"What does it mean to create sustainable textiles in 2017? "
Join our panel of three practising micro-manufacturers and suppliers from the Just Got Made directory, for an informal panel discussion, where we question what does sustainability mean today, what to we need to do better as an industry and how can we apply fresh ideas and perspectives to our own businesses.
Nick Morley spent 20 years as Director of Sustainable Innovation at a research and consultancy company, before starting Faering Ltd, a studio which specialises in design-led digital textile print. Clients include John Smedley and Campaign for Wool.
James Edmondson works at Elobina, a commercial textile printer moving away from mass production and instead creating bespoke pieces that will last and be cherished. Elobina print on certified organic cottons and is about to introduce a swimwear fabric made from 100% recycled polyamides.
Liza Mackenzie is a designer interested in the slow made movement. She founded Indigo Works in 2016, a bespoke design studio exploring pre-industrial dyeing techniques using Indigo.
Show and Tell (NEW!)
There will be space for all attendees to bring examples of work, samples and business cards - please share your work with us.
Who will benefit from this breakfast club:
- Students and lifelong learners interested in sustainable textiles, eco-fashion and interiors
- Small business owners with an interest in ethical and sustainable values
- Brands, trend forecasters and related industry leaders
Tickets £8, including coffee and something good to eat
Friday, 24th February 9.30 – 11.15am
Makerversity, Lancaster Place Entrance, Somerset House, The Strand, London WC2R 1LA
9.30 - 10.00 Breakfast, Networking, Show and Tell
10.00 - 10.40 Speakers presentations and panel discussion
10.40 - 11.00 Audience Q&A
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Use public transport (no parking here!). Nearest tube: Waterloo, Embankment, Temple.
What should I bring to the event?
A pen and paper if you like to take notes.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Email Helen directly at helen @ justgotmade .com, or tweet us @Just_Got_Made
How many people will be at the event?
We have room for 25 people at Breakfast Club; perfect for getting answers to your questions, contributing and get to know other guests.
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