Sustainable Fashion Businesses & Creatives' August Live Q&A: Sustainable Accessories
This is now available as a lesson within our Masterclass on Working Ethically With Leather: Working Responsibly and Collaboratively with Leather and Biomaterials.
Due to Covid-19, we moved our usually physical networking evenings online. Instead of the usual format, join us for a cosy hour-long live Q&A with guest experts from across the fashion and creative industries to talk about sustainable accessories and the fashion industry.
Simply head here at the date and time of the event to join in with the Q&A - the stream and chatbox will show below just beforehand. You must be a registered member of The Sustainable Fashion Collective Member. Registration is freee: join here.
Monday 24th August 2020, 7-8pm BST
Alice Robinson is a multi-disciplinary designer, maker and researcher, most well-known for her work at the V&A Museum's Food exhibition, Bullock 374, that showcased a zero waste supply chain from animal to food to fashion. We look forward to finding out more about what is involved in the processes, and what design considerations she had to make.
Zoë Powell is a material researcher who has been working for the last 10 years on facilitating international projects in a variety of industries, with a focus on reduction of waste through circular and creative resource use. She is Head of Outreach and Education at open source data platform Materiom. We will be diving into the considerations needed for designers and makers when using biomaterials.
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Image: Hadston Leather
Head directly to our YouTube Channel if you can't see the video below.
The replay will be available in our November Masterclass on Leather.
- Los Angeles
- Monday Aug 24th, 2020 - 10:55am
- Monday Aug 24th, 2020 - 18:55pm
- Monday Aug 24th, 2020 - 23:25pm
- Tuesday Aug 25th, 2020 - 03:55am
Join us online for an hour-long live Q&A with guest speakers on the topic of manufacturing accessories ethically and sustainably, along with a discussion on the most responsible materials.