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July 16th, 2014

Register for free now 4th Future Fabrics Expo at Fashion SVP this September! TRADE EVENT

The Sustainable Angle is delighted to invite you to the fourth Future Fabrics Expo inside Fashion SVP fashion manufacturing and sourcing fair at the Olympia Central Exhibition Centre, London, on 28th – 30th September 2014. 

The Sustainable Angle is an award winning not for profit organization which initiates and supports projects which contribute to minimizing the environmental impact of industry and society. Their biggest project to date, the Future Fabrics Expo focuses on the fashion industry and how its environmental impact can be lowered through innovation in the textile industry, and novel ideas to transform the fashion system and design practice.

Eventbrite - Future Fabrics Expo, 28th - 30th September 2014

We’re pleased to announce that the 4th Future Fabrics Expo will take place for the second time within Fashion SVP, the leading UK fashion sourcing event. The expo is aimed at anybody in the fashion industry looking to discover hundreds of fabrics with a lower environmental impact including organic silk, low impact leather, recycled fibres, and reduced impact processing. We show new sustainable solutions in textiles and fashion production in a curated showcase ideal for designers, buyers, and sustainability professionals from the high street to couture houses and independent designers. The several hundred sustainable fabrics will be accompanied by background information explaining the innovative materials, and showcasing best practice production and finishing processes.

In the run up to the expo you can visit our website and blog for our latest news. If you are unable to attend the expo, you can get in touch to discuss tailored workshops for your company.

http://www.thesustainableangle.org/







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