Until April 19, sustainable designers, startups and companies are invited to join the Open Call for the Fashion For Change Accelerator Programme.
Did you know that top tier accelerator programs are often more exclusive than Ivy League schools? But that shouldn’t keep startups from applying anyway, as these programs provide immense benefits and often give them a real edge over the competition both in operations, funding and connections.
In this exclusive interview, fashion expert Veeli Oeselg from CIVITTA talks about current trends in the fashion industry and the signals coming from EU decision makers. Get inspired and take away some useful tips on how to attract potential investors.
The Fashion For Change new Self-Assessment Tool allows fashion designers, start-ups and companies to make well-informed decisions about the further development of their business.
Fashion for Change today launched an Open Call for fashion designers, start-ups and SMEs to participate in the 2022 Accelerator Programme.
Fashion For Change contributes to conservation of endangered species by supporting innovative material creation
Fashion For Change is excited to spread awareness about preserving Earth’s endangered flora and fauna as well as introduce consumers to innovative alternatives to harmful fashion materials.
The Fashion For Change virtual Knowledge Hub is now live! It provides a community and resource search tool, a learning space and – coming soon – a free circularity self-assessment tool for fashion companies. Check it out.
Fashion for Change (FfC), a development programme that aims to contribute to the competitiveness, sustainability, and resilience of the EU fashion sector, has launched a new visual identity by Tallinn-based graphic designers´ collective Stuudio Stuudio.
Fashion For Change has selected 9 fashion events geared towards sustainable fashion that we recommend attending.
37% of European consumers recycle their clothes and 62% wear their clothes for at least a few years according to a survey carried out by Fashion Revolutions in 2020. Additionally, 69% of people would like to know how their clothes are manufactured. Will those trends gain more momentum this year? How will the fashion industry adapt to the changing consumer behaviour?
Fashion For Change searches for answers and is aiming to find out the current challenges and solutions in Europe’s circular fashion industry. If you want to know more and be updated – check out our webpage and sign up for the mailing list.
Fashion Revolution’s consumer survey and report can be downloaded here.