Ethical Fashion Events

Ethical Fashion Events

Can technology make the fashion industry more sustainable?

Are you interested in sustainable or ethical clothes? Are you trying to make better choices when shopping for clothes? Do you work in the fashion industry and would like to see what the future might look like? Come and learn more about the latest technology-enabled innovations from across the industry that are helping to build the wardrobe of the future.

Deciding which clothes go into our wardrobes:

How can we make better decisions about which clothes end up in our wardrobe? Learn about the different technology approaches that help us to buy less, buy better or not buy at all:

Zoe Partridge, Founder, Wear the Walk

Abbie Morris, Co-Founder & CEO, Compare Ethics

How to get the most value from our clothes:

The statistics vary, but the rough estimate is that 30% of the clothes in our wardrobe are never worn. How can we help people to get better value from their clothes?

Hasna Kourda, Founder, Save your Wardrobe

Second lease of life

A staggering 35,000 tonnes of clothes end up in landfill in the UK each year. How can we reduce that figure?

Chidubem Nwabufo, Founder, Impact Fashion

With plenty of opportunities to meet other like-minded people, networking breaks, delicious canapes made from wonky veggies and surplus artisanal produce. Plus the opportunity to win prizes and meet other ethical and sustainable brands.

Where: Kings Cross, London

When: Wednesday 31st October 2018

How much: £17.99 + VAT

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The HAPPENS Ethical Fashion Events

There is no denying that ethical or sustainable fashion is increasing in awareness with growing media coverage and high street brands focussing on parts of the issues.

However, the media coverage can be fleeting or superficial with top-line sound bites. It feels as if there is a lack of clarity for many shoppers especially in a UK market dominated by large high-street chains. In other words, there’s an information gap for consumers and industry insiders alike who are looking to reduce the negative impact their actions have.

That’s why we’re organising a series of ethical fashion events to offer:
• In-depth information on the impacts of the fashion industry
• Practical advice on what to look for and how to make different choices
• Ideas on how to make the most of your wardrobe
• An opportunity to be inspired and empowered