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Workshop

How to Care for Leather

Join Slow Fashion Movement for a workshop with Alterre VP and Co-Founder Harmony Richards to learn care and repair techniques for your leather garments and accessories. Fair labour, female empowerment and circularity are at the heart of the women’s footwear brand.

#KnowYourLeather Campaign

The campaign aims to use the power of information to educate the community on the consequences, possibilities and best practices of the fashion industry.

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Join Us Live!

Farm to Future

Join Slow Fashion Movement in conversation with leading sustainable fashion experts Emma HÃ¥kansson, Rebecca Cappelli, Besma Whayeb, Emily Stochl, Megan Doyle, Shruti Singh and Sanjana Rishi to learn and question the history, production, alternatives and sustainability of leather.


Date: April 7 2023
Time: 1:00 PM CET

Combat Greenwashing, Choose Total Ethics

Join Slow Fashion Movement for a workshop with Collective Fashion Justice Founder Emma HÃ¥kansson to learn how to spot greenwashing perpetrated by fashion brands and alternatively learn what classifies as ethical practices across fashion brands.


Date: April 12 2023
Time: 9:00 AM CET

 

How to Care for Leather

Join Slow Fashion Movement for a workshop with Alterre VP and Co-Founder Harmony Richards to learn care and repair techniques for your leather garments and accessories. Fair labour, female empowerment and circularity are at the heart of the women’s footwear brand.

Date:  April 28 2023

Time: 5:00 PM CET

 

30/04/2023 Week 4

The Circular Challenge of Leather: Balancing Sustainability and Style

Fashion has served as a form of creative expression and as a means of communication that is a reflection of society for centuries. Fashion has been used for ages to express individual identity, social status, and cultural heritage. It has made it an integral part of our culture and has played a significant role in defining social norms and traditions. 

How YOU Can Make a Difference

Promote

Amplify our campaign by posting Know Your Leather visuals and content on your social media pages.

Create

Spread awareness of the Know Your Leather themes and topics by creating relevant original content for your multi-media channels.

Join

Participate in Know Your Leather events including but not limited to LIVEs, panel discussions and community calls to action.



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