News: Calling out consumption
Copenhagen Fashion Summit considers responsible innovation in the fashion & textile industry
Tuesday, 17th May 2016
At last week's Copenhagen Fashion Summit, an engaged audience listened to a range of speakers with a common theme; if fashion is to become more responsible then collaboration, innovation and education across the sector will be needed.
Speakers included Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, Livia Firth (Eco-Age Ltd), Vanessa Friedman (New York Times), Kristian Jensen (Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Hannah Jones (Nike), Anna Gedda (H&M) and Rick Ridgeway (Patagonia).
New business models are needed to address the current cycle of consumption and to create an industry which focuses on sustainable development rather than continual growth.
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WRAP report on environmental impact of UK clothing industry
WRAP's recent report "Valuing Our Clothes: the cost of UK fashion" highlights recent achievements in the clothing sector, looks at business opportunities, and gives an insight into consumer behaviour when it comes to buying and wearing clothing.