April 24 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Free
Fashion Question Time is a powerful platform to debate the future of the fashion industry during Fashion Revolution Week. This year, we are opening to the public for the first time.
This year our theme is Tomorrowland: how innovation and sustainability will change the fashion panorama.
Chaired by Baroness Lola Young of Hornsey, the panel will follow a BBC Question Time format with a diverse range of leading experts from across government, academia and the fashion and textile industry adding their own voice to the debate about how innovation and sustainability must be accelerated to change the fashion panorama.
The panel will include:
Mary Creagh, MP and Chair of the Environment Audit Committee
Laura Balmond, Project Manager, Ellen MacArthur Foundation
Mark Sumner, Lecturer in Sustainability, Fashion & Retail, University of Leeds
Hendrik Alpen, Sustainability Engagement Manager, H&M Group
The debate is dependent on the quality and diversity of the questions we receive, so please can you email any questions for the panel to RSVP@fashionrevolution.org. If your question has been selected, we will let you know in advance of the event.
The event will be followed by an opportunity for members of the press to talk to the panellists and the Fashion Revolution team. All interview requests must be emailed to RSVP@fashionrevolution.org in advance of the event.
Fashion Question Time at the V&A
Wednesday 24th April 2019 10 am – 12 pm
Please arrive by 10 am prompt via the Entrance via Exhibition Road
Lydia and Manfred Gorvy Lecture Theatre,
Entrance via Exhibition Road,
Co-funded by the European Union