The postgraduate interest group CLOOP PROJECTS is a platform that designs sustainable fashion education as a tool to challenge current consumption habits, with a specific focus on closing the loop as a response to the negative consequences of the current resource intensive fashion industry.
We invite you to learn more about the social and environmental impact of the fashion industry and teach you how to contribute to a more sustainable industry through circular fashion consumption.
CLOOP PROJECTS is hosted by the PhD research student Lauren Junestrand. She studied BA (Hons) Fashion Buying & Merchandising at London College of Fashion followed by a Masters Degree in Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility. She is now a PhD research student on sustainable fashion consumption, with a specific interest on the second hand market. She is an example of how fashion education can challenge your consumption habits and turn you into a sustainable consumer.
CLOOP Projects x Fashion Revolution
An opportunity to learn more about the Fashion Revolution movement and what you can do to contribute to a FAIRER, SAFER, CLEANER AND MORE TRANSPARENT FASHION INDUSTRY.
Wednesday 1 April 2020 5pm
London Collge of Fashion, JPS 607
To sign up, email firstname.lastname@example.org stating your name and course
Open to all UAL Post-graduate students
Post-Grad Interest Groups at UAL
A growing number of issue specific, cross-disciplinary interest groups led by postgraduate students and academics are supported by us.
These groups connect creatives with shared research interests across different subject areas.
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