The German Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel has spoken out in favour of an establishment of a Supply Chain Law. The so-called “Lieferkettengesetz” is about to be defined and put in action by the end of the year 2020. What does the Liferkettengesetz actually mean for the fashion industry? Whom will it affect directly and indirectly? These and many other questions we want to address in the second edition of our Fashion Revolution Düsseldorf Online event.
We have launched a new event format the CHANGE ROOM CIRCULAR FASHION CAMP, which brings international experts and engages in the discussion with fashion industry innovators and entrepreneurs.
With over 300 participants and international speakers, for the sixth time, the Fashion Revolution event took place in Düsseldorf – and for the first time completely digitally!
The fifth Fashion Revolution Night in Düsseldorf, gathered over 200 participants at the office of ORRICK, HERRINGTON & SUTCLIFFE to discuss how business model innovations can drive positive changes in the fashion industry.
This event was part of the FASHION REVOLUTION Week 2019: a week of campaigns all around the world demanding more transparency in the fashion industry’s supply chains.
With the slogan „New Impulses for the New Year“, the third Fashion Revolution Düsseldorf event took place at the HSBC Germany headquarters, directly in the Düsseldorf epicenter of fashion, on the Königsallee.
The second Fashion Revolution Night Düsseldorf focused on sustainable shoe production.
Monika Hauck and Anja Gräf have brought the movement to the fashion city of Dusseldorf.