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Ethical Fashion Podcast

The Ethical Fashion Initiative have launched a new podcast, ‘Ethical Fashion’ with hosts Simone Cipriani and Clare Press. The series travels the world to explore major topics of sustainability, with a wide ranging guest list of thought leaders, experts within the fashion industry and Ethical Fashion Initiative (EFI) collaborators. From the future of fashion weeks to luxury fashion from Afghanistan to Mali, the podcast will open your mind to the possibilities of Ethical Fashion...

by The AFC

24 August 2020


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How can fashion be a force for good? Goodbye fast fashion! Hello to a better way that focuses on social and environmental justice, inclusivity and sustainable development.

The Ethical Fashion Initiative have launched a new podcast, ‘Ethical Fashion’ with hosts Simone Cipriani and Clare Press.

The series travels the world to explore major topics of sustainability, with a wide ranging guest list of thought leaders, experts within the fashion industry and Ethical Fashion Initiative (EFI) collaborators. From the future of fashion weeks to luxury fashion from Afghanistan to Mali, the podcast will open your mind to the possibilities of Ethical Fashion.

Join UN officer Simone Cipriani and Clare Press from Wardrobe Crisis as they interview special guests, and unpack the issues that underpin the EFI’s pioneering work.

The podcast launched on June 23rd 2020, and is available to listen wherever you get your podcasts.


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