Sunday 15 November 2020 to Monday 16 November 2020

Within the framework of the Sustainable Challenge “Gender perspective in fashion”, a joint initiative of MODA-FAD, Design Manchester and the British Council, which aims to rethink the future of the sector from the point of view of sustainability based on the gender perspective, a series of talks given by experts and professionals from United Kingdom and Spain will take place in a streaming open to the public. The talks will be held in English and Spanish.

The online conferences program aims to present the experience of experts and provide knowledge about the gender perspective and inspiration to the 40 students participating in the Sustainable Challenge for the development of their proposals and projects that will be presented online to the public on November 21st.

The first day will take place on November 15 and will feature Joss Jaycoff (fashion stylist and activist), Carmen Fernández Molina (vice president of Gitanas Feministas), Ben Ditto (creative director of DITTO London) and Èrika Dominguez Antillano (social educator, anthropologist and lecturer). Livestream available here 

The second day on November 16 will feature Eden Loweth (creative director of Art School), Faith Robinson (strategist and consultant), Wekaforé Jibril (creative director of Wekafore) and Alona Pardo (curator at Barbican Art Gallery). Livestream available here

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