Slow fashion, minirobe, re-design – are only some of the clever solutions for sustainable fashion that have popped up during the last few years. We know that it’s possible to contribute to more sustainable fashion and a better world with a little creativity and care in the choosing clothes. The majority of larger clothing businesses in Sweden are continuously working within sustainability, especially the production and distribution section. But, what else can the fashion industry do to take an even bigger leap towards sustainable business models and how can they become even better at helping consumers to make the rights choices? In Doconomy’s second DO Talk, we’ll be talking about a sustainable fashion industry with Kristina Dimitrova – Interlaced, Pierre Norberg – Tradera, Johan Graffner – Dedicated, Johanna Norrman – It’s Re:Leased, Emelie Norberg and Emelli Harila – Klädbytardagen Sthlm, among others.
Do Talks is a series of meetings where leading experts, relevant topics and climate discussions are in focus. Come and be inspired, share tips and good ideas for a sustainable life style.
What can fashion DO? Conversations with guests; Kristina Dimitrova – Interlaced, Pierre Norberg – Tradera, Johan Graffner – Dedicated and others.
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