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Day 2: Fashion Is A Global Conversation

published on 2 December 2020

The second day of the Fashion Roundtable Instagram takeover From Front Row To Front Bench saw a series of different discussions with experts from fashion, business and politics, hinging on the theme of fashion as a global conversation.

Fashion Roundtable's Tamara Cincik (Founder and CEO) was joined in conversation by John McNally MP, Catherine West and Clare Press. Cincik also hosted a panel discussion on the topic of modern slavery, joined by guests Dominique Muller and Fiona Gooch.

Jodi Muter-Hamilton (Strategy and Communications Director) chaired a panel about the impact of climate change as seen through human stories with guests Bethany Williams, Amy Nyuguen and Marzia Lanfranchi. Journalist and disability activist Lottie Jackson continued with a series of daily roundup posts.

The second day of the Fashion Roundtable Instagram takeover From Front Row To Front Bench saw a series of different discussions with experts from fashion, business and politics, hinging on the theme of fashion as a global conversation.

Heather Lafferty with Chloe Cranston
Tamara Cincik with John McNally
Jodi Muter-Hamilton with Bethany Williams and Marzia Lanfranchi
Tamara Cincik with Dominique Muller and Fiona Gooch
Tamara Cincik with Catherine West
Tamara Cincik with Clare Press
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