With millennials and Gen Z caring more than ever about the ethics behind how their clothes are made, sustainability is increasingly looking like the future of fashion. So are you and your brand ready for it?
Laurent Claquin of Kering, Mara Hoffman, Aurora James of Brother Vellies and Nina Farran of Fashionkind. Photos: Courtesy
At Fashionistas sixth annual How to Make it in Fashion conference, youll get the chance to hear from a range of experts who have made sustainability a core part of their businesses: Kerings Laurent Claquin will share perspective from the conglomerate that owns Gucci and Balenciaga; Mara Hoffman will talk about pivoting her eponymous label toward more eco-friendly production; Aurora James will speak about the artisans that drive Brother Vellies and Nina Farran will share how Fashionkind went from a fashion ethics information hub to a luxury e-tailer.
Following a panel discussion moderated by Fashionistas own Whitney Bauck, audience members will have the opportunity to ask the experts their own questions about how to take sustainability to the next level.
The panel is just one in a day jam-packed with industry leaders offering their takes on a range of topics, from racial inclusivity in fashion to the logistics of running a niche beauty brand. Want to learn from the people who know fashion and beauty best? Get your tickets for our June 15th conference in New York City today.