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See You At Ethical Brands for a Fashion Revolution


FashionCapital’s in-house label ‘Belles of London’ will present at the UK’s leading independent ethical fashion showcase ‘Ethical Brands for a Fashion Revolution’ at London’s Brand Museum on Saturday 27th April. The core message behind the event is that viable and ethical fashion, such as the Belles of London, is out there, beautifully made and ready to buy. The event will bring together amazing ethical brands, gorgeous fashion and inspiring speakers, including our very own CEO Jenny Holloway, to encourage you to #BeTheChange and wear your values. 

Fashion Revolution marks the anniversary of the Rana Plaza collapse in Bangladesh and has become a global movement campaigning for systematic change in the fashion industry and greater supply chain transparency.

The participating brands are:

Act Natural
Belles of London
From Belo
Deakin and Blue
Fabric for Freedom
Gold is a Neutral
Jewelled Buddha
Masato London
mi apparel
Nurture Collective
Ruby Moon
Secret Projects
House of Sankofa Collections
Ted and Bessie
Where Does It Come From?
Y.O.U Underwear

There will also be demonstrations by Khadi CIC and Couchman Bespoke.

Ethical Brands for a Fashion Revolution will host three expert speaker panels throughout the day:

11am – Tech For Good: how technology can clean up the fashion industryHosted by Sian Conway, Founder of Ethical Hour, Jenny Holloway, James Omisakin, Yossi Goldsmith, Sabine Harnau

1pm – Future Fabrics: innovations in sustainable materialsJo Salter, Catherine Price, Vicky Grivas, Rachel Deakin

3pm – Supply Chain Evolution: What’s next?Hosted by Jo Salter – Where Does It Come From? Laura Burnett, Ilishio Loveday, Calogero Scibetta, Fritha Vincent.

This year the panels will be discussing the future of the Bangladesh Accord, modern slavery, innovations in sustainable fashion, tech for good and more.

Ethical Brands for a Fashion Revolution is a not-for-profit event organised by volunteers to support the Fashion Revolution campaign and give a platform to independent ethical and sustainable brands. Last year the event had over 500 people register to attend, with around 250 attending on the day. This year there will be a small entry fee to encourage people to come along and to help support the running costs of the event so that we can continue to provide an accessible platform for independent, ethical businesses. For the cost of a Fairtrade cup of coffee (£3.73), you can come and enjoy a day of celebration, education and support the Fashion Revolution message! Kids go free with full paying adults.

To find out more and book tickets click here.

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