Sumary of Exploring a more sustainable future for fashion week at the Fashion for Good Museum:
- Where skillfulness meets creation In Amsterdam, visitors can honour an extent of sustainable looks created by Indian specialists, including Ka-Sha and Nitin Bal Chauhan, in partnership with innovative sustainability start-ups, such as Graviky Labs, known for turning dioxide into a category of dye.
- These days, fashion decisions from the platform to our wardrobes in one abbreviated step, making fashion weeks more influential than ever, despite their environmental contact.
- Visitors can spy how shows and presentations are now being uncover in the virtual world, through the digital shows of Tommy Hilfiger and The Fabricant, for example, or through an entirely digital setting, like Helsinki Fashion Week.
- Often comment for their contact on the planet, fashion weeks remain major events that directly power our wardrobes.