Orsola de Castro - Ethical Fashion
Loved Clothes Last
In Conversation with Camilla Morton
Sunday 13th June 2021, 3-4pm
Robert Graves Tent
The founder of Fashion Revolution finds new ways for us to treasure and enjoy fashion.
Orsola de Castro is an internationally recognised activist spearheading a global movement calling for change in the fashion industry. The founder of Fashion Revolution, she is a leading speaker on fashion and sustainability. Orsola passionately believes that the joy of rewearing and repairing clothes can be a revolutionary act. Fast fashion leaves behind a trail of human and environmental exploitation. Our wardrobes don't have to be the finish line; they can be a starting point. We can all care, repair and rewear. Do you accept the challenge?
'The most timely book you'll read this year' India Knight
Camilla Morton is an author, fashion consultant and journalist, her first book ‘How to Walk in High Heels’ was an international bestseller.
Ticket includes a copy of Loved Clothes Last (RRP: £8.99)