Marco Lucietti, global marketing director, ISKO, represented the company at the summit and addressed programmes on 'The Brave New World of Denim' and 'The Future of Fashion' during the one-day event.
He said, “Democratic, young and ambassador of social changes: these are the main features of denim. For these reasons it has to lead the apparel world towards this crucial path. The future is now, we can't miss this goal.”
ISKO also partnered with Danish Fashion Institute to present the Copenhagen Fashion Summit 2016 Design & Denim Challenge. The competition showcased the best of innovative sustainable denim designs from emerging fashion brands created with industry-leading qualities and techniques. Top international design talents were invited to create one complete outfit in sustainable denim supplied and produced by ISKO. (HO)
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