This was an inspiring summit held by The Ethical Fashion Forum.
Last Friday, I attended the 2013 SOURCE Summit organized by the Ethical Fashion Forum. What started as an informal gathering of a handful of UK-based members a few years back has today grown into a full-day conference that brought together over 200 industry insiders from all corners of the world, from major fashion brands to sustainable start-ups, and from glossy magazine executives to aspiring fashion bloggers.
Held in London’s brand new spectacular and sustainable venue, The Crystal, the SOURCE Summit 2013 took the theme of generating momentum towards sustainability in the fashion industry in the wake of the 24.04.2013 Rana Plaza garment factory collapse in Bangladesh, which killed over 1,000 people. In spite of this tragic leitmotif, the event had a surprisingly positive vibe. There was a real buzz among participants that the transition towards a more responsible fashion industry – from high street to haute couture – is within reach.
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