Social enterprise and popular website, Africa Fashion Guide (AFG) has just announced the return of its sustainable fashion conference – a must-attend for all looking to stay in the ethical fashion loop.
Aimed at promoting sustainability and ethical business practice in the African fashion industry, the event – to be held in London on Wednesday 26th February – promises to provide designers, students and fashion business hopefuls the opportunity to listen to industry leaders, who will discuss, via panel, topics like supply chain, textiles and manufacturing.
Guests will include press, brands, industry influencers and insiders, including panelists Annegret Affolderbach (of Choolips), Helen Jennings of Arise and online store Kisua) and Terence Sambo (of blog, One Nigerian Boy), to name a few. Plus, AFG’s founding director, Jacqueline Shaw will be presenting the relaunch of her coffee table book, Fashion Africa and tee-shirts from AFG’s “African Cotton” campaign will be available to view and order on the day.
Space, you can be assured, will be limited at this popular event, so if you’re interested, we’d advise you sign up soon – which you can do by clicking, here. More information can be found below;
Time: 6.00pm – 8.30pm (doors open 5.45pm)
Venue: The Brunei Gallery Lecture Theatre (Lower Ground Floor)
School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square
London, WC1H 0XG
Price: £7.50 for early booking (full price is £15 after Feb 14th)