May 28 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Free
A look into how fashion can be a force for good
Join us for an evening exploring how fashion can be used as a force for good!
We know that the fashion industry can be a not-so-friendly place to both our planet and its people. So, we’re taking some time to celebrate the brands doing it right!
Learn how the fashion industry can be transformed from one that exploits to one that empowers. Plus enjoy a drink and the chance to ask all the questions your heart desires to our wonderful panel.
Prolific ethical Journalist, author, and editor Georgina Wilson Powell will be hosting the panel, exploring the incredible ways that fashion can be a powerful force for good.
Georgina is the founder of sustainable lifestyle magazine Pebble Magazine the definitive online guide for sustainability in all things fashion, travel, living eating and drinking.
Josh Turner, Founder of Stabd4Socks
Stand4Socks are on a mission to change the world one pair of socks at a time. Each pair of socks is linked to a different cause associated with the UN Sustainable Development Goals. For instance, if you buy a pair from their ‘Homeless’ collection, a person in need will also receive a pair of socks.
Read our Interview with Josh here
George Hodgson, founder of Maison de Choup
Maison de Choup creates a contemporary and minimalist collection inspired by founder George Hodgson’s own experience with crippling anxiety in his youth. As an artist, he founded Maison de Choup as a unique platform and creative outlet to raise awareness for mental health.
Read our interview with George here
Georgina Fuggle founder of Little by Little Jewellery
Little by Little was founded by two friends, ethical jewellery designer Annabel Cox, and food editor Georgina Fuggle. Together they teamed up to create Little by Little, which has been rooted in creating positive social impact since inception. The collection is produced in Lima, Peru using locally sourced Peruvian Silver and for every item sold, Little by Little funds three day’s worth of food for a malnourished child through a partnership with Action for Hunger.
Read our interview with Georgina here
This event is part of the 10 day MAMOQ Positive Pop-Up shop. Where you can find over 35 ethical and sustainable fashion brands on show and a host of other events, talks and workshops. Take a look at the full list of events here