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Day 4: The Future of Made in the UK

published on 4 December 2020

Day 4 of the Fashion Roundtable Instagram takeover saw a series of different discussions with experts and creatives from fashion and business backgrounds alike, attending to the theme of fashion's relationship with manufacturing and the future of what it means to be made in the UK.

Founder and CEO of Fashion Roundtable Tamara Cincik hosted a panel discussion widening the debate around the importance of and what it means to be 'Made in the U.K.' Cincik's guests included Kate Hill, founder of Make it British, Nika Diamond-Kendrel, founder and creative director of luxury leather goods brand, Paradise Row and designer, Richard Malone. Later in the day, Cincik was aslo joined in conversation by fashion buyer and consultant Bev Malik.

Jodi Muter-Hamilton was joined in conversation by community and social developer Patrick Scally before she also spoke to curator, creator, and co-founder of the Institute of Digital Fashion and CommuneEast, Leanne Elliot Young.

Rounding off Day 4 of the takeover saw Fashion Roundtable editor and disability activist Lottie Jackson once again highlight the key takeaways from the day.

Day 4 of the Fashion Roundtable Instagram takeover saw a series of different discussions with experts and creatives from fashion and business backgrounds alike, attending to the theme of fashion's relationship with manufacturing and the future of what it means to be made in the UK.

Jodi Muter-Hamilton with Patrick Scally
Jodi Muter-Hamilton with Leanne Leanne Elliot Young
Tamara Cincik with Kate Hill, Nika Diamond-Kendrel and Richard Malone

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