London SW9 8PR
6.30 – 8.30 pm
The Keep Boutique, Brixton Village
"Progress is never permanent, will always be threatened, must be redoubled, restated and re-imagined if it is to survive" - Zadie Smith
From the memories of a jumper knitted by your grandmother, the inspiration for a new career path, or an interest in how fashion can make the world a better place…join us for an evening where we explore the impact that fashion has on how we express ourselves, our lives and our values.
Come and meet likeminded souls engaged in the sustainable fashion sphere, and to celebrate how meaningful fashion can be.
There’ll be a free glass of wine, 20% store discount and industry speakers sharing their story.
Please RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org stating your letter for the evening
E – I’m established
C – I have a concept/idea, can anyone help?
I – I’m here to be inspired
S – I’m here to socialize
T – I want to tell you about my story
Audrey joined the Freedom Fund in January 2015 as Program Officer. Prior to this, she worked at Anti-Slavery International for 7 years where she coordinated the organisation’s programs on domestic work. She oversaw the implementation of a number of projects focusing on the situation of child and migrant domestic workers across the Americas, Africa, Asia and the Middle East. She led the efforts of Anti-Slavery International and its partners in the run up to the adoption of ILO Convention 189 on Decent Work for Domestic Workers. She holds a Masters in Human Rights Law from the Irish Centre for Human Rights, National University of Ireland.
Dr Natascha Radclyffe-Thomas
Radclyffe-Thomas lectured in fashion, both studio-based and theoretical, for over ten years in London before relocating to Asia where she worked in Hong Kong for University of the Arts London’s International Centre as an in-country Student Advisor and also taught at the Hong Kong Design Institute. In 2009, she moved to North America and worked as Program Director for BFA Fashion Design and Merchandising at Villa Maria College Buffalo, New York.
Currently Course Leader for BA Fashion Marketing at London College of Fashion, she regularly contributes to international conferences in her areas of expertise. Dr Radclyffe-Thomas has also been awarded the prestigious title of UAL Teaching Scholar. This new award is for academic and support staff who demonstrate excellence in teaching and support.
Jewellery designer Laura Cave founded her business, Just Trade, back in 2006. Today, the brand collaborates with artisans around the world to create stylish, desirable handmade jewellery.
Born out of first hand contact with real people in the developing world and the recognition that in order for small fair trade projects to be sustainable, they need a long-term route to market for their goods. Just Trade now works with eight groups of artisans in Peru, Ecuador and India.