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LEGACY RESPONSIBLE FASHION SUMMIT | SYSTEM CHANGE

LEGACY Responsible Fashion Summit, Asia Pacific’s leading fashion summit on doing business responsibly is returning to Sydney this March.  2020’s theme of SYSTEM CHANGE is designed to challenge the status quo and galvanise our industry towards further action on climate change, living wages, accessible design and circularity…

by The AFC

16 December 2019

Presented by Ndless: The New Normal

LEGACY Responsible Fashion Summit, Asia Pacific’s leading fashion summit on doing business responsibly is returning to Sydney this March. 

Image | from LEGACY 2019

Image | from LEGACY 2019

2020 | SYSTEM CHANGE

In 2020, we will challenge the status quo around the theme of system change.

We will galvanise our industry towards further action. We will discuss climate change, living wages, accessible design and interrogate circularity.

LEGACY 2020 will focus on realistic innovation. New technologies transforming the design process will be explored. The importance of going beyond audit and building trust with workers will be highlighted. We'll learn the role fashion has in keeping carbon in the ground and maintaining workers dignity through living wages. We will interrogate the state of circularity in Australia.

THE LINE-UP

You will hear from leading change makers. The summit will be MC’d by Clare Press, VOGUE Australia’s Sustainability Editor-at-Large. The first round of speakers just announced include:

Sandya Lang, Nudie Jeans (Sweden)

Grace Stratton, All is for All (NZ)

Gary Shaw, Kathmandu (NZ)

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LEGACY RESPONSIBLE FASHION SUMMIT | 25-26 MARCH 2020 | SYDNEY

EARLY BIRD TICKETS WILL BE RELEASED VERY SOON.

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