ReMode to support UN Sustainable Development Goals

14 Aug '18
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ReMode, a premier event for disruptive and sustainable fashion, beginning from November 13, will support the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in association with the Conscious Fashion Campaign. The initiative will harness the power of retailers to embrace impact driven fashion brands to create positive change and drive conscious consumerism.

ReMode has also officially launched its Hosted Buyer Program and is inviting qualifying decision makers from established fashion brands and direct-to-consumer fashion startups to apply at ReMode.com. In exchange for participating in eight valuable 10-minute meetings with innovative ReMode exhibitors, participants will receive a complimentary pass, access to all sessions, workshops, and networking events, as well as a travel and hotel allowance.

"We launched ReMode to redefine the industry narrative and catalyze a positive transformation for brands to operate more responsibly on all fronts – socially, ethically, and environmentally. With an impeccable lineup of thought leaders spanning innovation, sustainability, and finance ReMode will provide fashion decision makers the ideas, solutions, and contacts that will enable them to thrive," said Pierre-Nicolas Hurstel, founder of ReMode.

The two-day conference in Los Angeles is the first event to bring together innovators across the entire value chain of the fashion industry to share ideas, find practical solutions and forge new connections. Event programming will address relevant topics such as Omnichannel Marketing, Traceability and the Role of Blockchain in Fashion, Sustainable Sourcing, Waste as a Resource and how AI and Big Data are changing fashion.

Michael Preysman, founder & CEO of Everlane, will be joining a lineup of more than 100 of the best minds in fashion at ReMode. The conference will feature some of the most innovative minds in the fashion industry. In addition to Michael Preysman, other industry executives confirmed to speak include: Andréa Mallard, CMO of Athleta; Paul Dillinger, VP of Product Innovation of Levi Strauss & Co.; Jeff Carvalho, Managing Director NA of Highsnobiety; Amy Hall, Director of Social Consciousness of Eileen Fisher; Adam Taubenfligel, Creative Director & Head of Sustainability of Triarchy; Karla Gallardo, Co-Founder & CEO of Cuyana; Anu Bhardwaj, Founder of Women Investing in Women and Lawrence Lanihan, Co-Founder & Co-CEO of Resonance.

"This is an incredible opportunity to rethink how we do fashion – how we design it, produce it, discard it and remake it. I can’t wait to drink in the energy and be inspired," said Amy Hall, director of social consciousness of Eileen Fisher. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India

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