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Friday, September 24th 4.00 – 5.00pm
British Council, 1 Redman Place, Stratford, London, E20 1JQ

This panel talk will cover ‘Sustainable Materials’ as part of the Fashion Circle series. Learn about how sustainable fashion brands are revolutionising materials and their usage; and meet with businesses from The Trampery and the wider Fashion District that are pushing boundaries in this arena.

Speakers include:
Dian-jen Lin & Hannes Hulstaert, Co-founders of Post Carbon Lab
Edward Brial, Alex Aina, John Bertolaso, Co-founders of Materra
Sophie Billi-Hardwick, Co-Founder of Billi London

Fashion District and The Trampery regularly deliver its ‘Fashion Circle’ series of workshops and talks for fashion businesses and individuals who want to develop their network and hear about some of the latest practices and innovations from within the sector.

The Trampery is home to London’s largest campus of fashion studios and facilities across Poplar Works and Fish
Island Village. Since 2012, The Trampery has supported more than 1,000 businesses, providing affordable
workspace and business support as part of sector-focused facilities across London.

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