Redesigning the fashion industry: By creatives for creatives
To be streamed 7th December @ 15:00 GMT
The Circular Economy Show is a fortnightly discussion and debate around how we can move from a linear take-make-waste economy towards a circular economy. In each episode, our hosts are joined by inspiring businesses, policymakers, academics, and designers to discuss how circular economy solutions are being scaled, at speed, to tackle global challenges and benefit business, society, and the environment.
In this episode, we’ll explore the fashion companies developing innovative circular business models to increase the use of clothing. Business models such as repair, reuse & rental have been booming and are leading in the pursuit to achieve the fashion industry’s lucrative USD 700 billion opportunity while providing significant greenhouse savings. However, these models do not automatically realise these environmental benefits unless, measures of success, clothes and supply networks are designed for a circular economy. Tune into this episode to find out more and hear what businesses can do to create a thriving fashion industry.
Justine Porterie: Global Head of Sustainability at Depop
Georgia Parker: Innovation Manager at Fashion for Good
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