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Day 5: Fashion & Activism

published on 5 December 2020

Day five of the Fashion Roundtable Instagram takeover From Front Row To Front Bench saw numerous guests from the fashion industry looking to new and sustainable production methods, and how we can contribute towards challenging the fashion landscape as we know it.

Fashion Roundtable's very own Tamara Cincik (Founder and CEO) speaks to activists Christine Megson and Joss Whipple as well as leaders Katharine Hamnett and Orsola de Castro in sustainable fashion - all of whom are working to change the industry from the inside out.

Fashion Roundtable's Strategy and Communications director Jodi Muter-Hamilton chaired panels with Alice Wilby, Bel Jacobs and Clare Farrell, and later with Jamie Windust and Wilson Oryema on fashion's relationship with activism and the importance of sustainability. Rounding off the day's highlights was journalist and disability activist Lottie Jackson, continuing her series of daily roundup posts.

Day five of the Fashion Roundtable Instagram takeover From Front Row To Front Bench saw numerous guests from the fashion industry looking to new and sustainable production methods, and how we can contribute towards challenging the fashion landscape as we know it.

Tamara Cincik with Christine Megson
Tamara Cincik with Joss Whipple
Tamara Cincik with Katharine Hamnett
Jodi Muter-Hamilton with Bel Jacobs, Clare Farrell and Alice Wilby
Tamara Cincik with Orsola de Castro
Jodi Muter-Hamilton with Jamie Windust and Wilson Oryema
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Christine Megson, Joss Whipple, Katharine Hamnett CBE, Orsola de Castro.
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