The fashion sector is one of the world’s largest industries, and in design, fashion technology is growing faster than ever. Fashion companies are partnering with technology providers, snapping up startups, and even building their own tech, leveraging the opportunity to open up more revenue streams and business models.
Faced with challenges brought on by environmental impact amongst others, fashion companies are constantly reexamining processes across the value chain to reinvent themselves as a conscious business model.We are excited to hold our first Circle Connects on fashion and sustainability!
Yan Ng, CEO of Lily and Lou and Sean Chiu, Head of UX Design, Vestiaire Collective APAC will be joining us for a fireside chat to give their take on how this transition can be navigated and effect change. If you are working in the fashion industry or curious to learn about how sustainability and fashion can be integrated as a way forward, sign up now: https://app.glueup.com/event/66990/
Lily and Lou believes in the power of customisation where customers can design their own unique, sustainable clothing that lasts beyond its season. Vestiaire Collective fights fashion waste by giving a second life to the clothes we no longer wear and aims to transform the fashion industry for a more sustainable future.
Shoutout to Raffles Education for sponsoring their venue at their spanking new premises in the heart of Orchard Road and Singapore Fashion Council as our Supporting Partner.
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