msfw talk to focus on creating a better fashion industry

Fashion Forward will see a panel of industry insiders discuss keys to a more sustainable, mindful and progressive future.

by i-D Staff
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29 August 2016, 7:00am

Grace Dlabik is an inspiring woman. As an ambassador for The Social Studio and Welcome to Australia she is a regular campaigner for asylum seeker and migrant rights, helping to implement practical social enterprises, events and creative solutions that genuinely help the community. 

Now, as part of Melbourne Spring Fashion Week, Grace is behind a talk series focussing on sustainable and ethical fashion, where a selection of knowledgable industry folk will form a panel to discuss everything that's important and their various angles on good, conscious, environmentally sound business practice. 

Broadly aimed, panelists including Intent Journal editor Sigrid McCarthy and Catalogue editor Courtney Sanders, will offer their views on topics from production, retail and ethical practices to designers and publications that play a part in the global sustainable fashion movement.

It's happening this Wednesday 31st August. To get involved in the conversation, buy tickets here

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