An event about the transition towards a waste-free fashion industry, held at the newly established Design Society. Danish Fashion Institute and CradlePeople introduce the many possibilities in a new recycling system for clothing and at the same time organize a swap-market. Contribute with your opinion on how a return-system should work.
The event is fully booked, sorry.
|Stefan Seidel||Jonas Eder-Hansen||Vigga Svensson||Jesper Rønn-Simonsen||Lama Juma|
|Deputy Head – Safe||Head of Development||CEO||Head of Development||General Coordinator|
|Global PUMA||Danish Fashion||Katvig||Kirkens Korshær||Byttemarkederne|
Global PUMA Danish Fashion Katvig Church Army Swaps Markets
Puma does it, H & M does it. Jack & Jones does it. Recycle clothing. Our current take-make-waste model is outdated. In the future we will not only reuse, but also to a greater extent recycle our clothes and shoes.
We have high ambitions for a waste-free fashion industry, and hope you will help make that ambition become real. We intend to find the right business model for a collection system for clothing, and we need your input. How should a return system work, for you to use it?
Simultaneously, we hold a swap-market where you can drop off clothes you no longer use, and then go searching for treasures others have brought in. Excess clothing that is not exchanged, will be handed on to Church Army.
Swaps Market and coffee
“Fashion Industry transition to zero-waste”
/Jonas Eder-Hansen, Director CEO, Danish Fashion Institute
“The movement Swap Markets”
/Lama Juma, the General Coordinator of Swap Market
“Extensive reuse of Church Army”
v /Jesper Ronn-Simonsen, Head of Development, Church Army
“Katvig and sustainable, innovative fashion”
/Vigga Svensson, CEO Katvig
Workshop – how should the future recycling system for clothing look like?
“Pumas path towards zero-waste fashion”
/Stefan Seidel, Deputy Head Safe Global PUMA
Swap Market, networking and snacks
Thanks for today
The event is sponsored by Trope Snacks.
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