While the fashion industry is starting to turn up the dial on its sustainability efforts, and despite the significant progress being made by brands and retailers to minimise their negative impact, there is still a long way to go.
Positive change is urgently needed and now is the time to work together to find solutions to the fashion industry’s environmental and social influence – together we can collaborate for change.
Drapers Sustainable Fashion 2020 will bring together the most sustainable brands and retailers, trailblazers and unicorns, disruptors, progressive thinkers and pioneers to discuss what we can do to tackle the issues facing the industry through innovation and creativity.
Building on the success of last year’s inaugural summit, 2020’s event will take place on 11 March in King’s Cross at Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9AG.
At the sold-out launch event in March, 300-plus attendees heard from speakers from more than 40 brands, including Adidas, Kering, Burberry, Farfetch, Marks & Spencer and The North Face.
Mary Creagh MP, chair of the environmental audit committee, gave the keynote speech at Drapers Sustainable Fashion 2019
Next year’s conference promises to be even bigger and better. Already signed up to the agenda are Mary Creagh MP, chair of the environmental audit select committee, and Vestiaire Collective. To find out about more and to secure your place go to sustainablefashion.drapersonlinem.
For sponsorship opportunities please contact Paul Stewart, group commercial director on 020 3953 2054 or paul.stewartemapm.
President Trump during a press conference on Thursday spent several minutes calling on numerous aides to explain to the press how calm he was while meeting with Democrats a day earlier.
During a press conference ostensibly about his $16 billion farm aid package, Trump talked about his decision on Wednesday to walk out of a meeting with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi D-Calif. and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer D-N.Y., which Pelosi characterized as a “temper tantrum.”
Trump insisted on Thursday he walked out in a perfectly calm fashion and proceeded to pick out White House officials and ask them to back up his account. First up was White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, who insisted Trump was “very calm” and did not throw a “temper tantrum.” Conway also seemed to suggest there exists a tape of the meeting.
Trump then asked the same of White House Director of Strategic Communications Mercedes Schlapp, Director of National Economic Council Larry Kudlow, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley, all of whom insisted Trump was calm in the meeting.
While describing his calm demeanor, Trump also repeatedly tore into Pelosi by saying she has “lost it” and describing her as “crazy,” a “mess,” and “not the same person.” He also once again declared that he is an “extremely stable genius.”Brendan Morrow
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