GFW – Panel discussion

To mark the occasion of the Graduate Fashion Week’s Dame Vivienne Westwood Sustainable and Ethical Award sponsored, by Lenzing Group, the Sustainable Angle who supported the award, organised a panel discussion ‘Designing for Sustainability in fashion’. Nina Marenzi, founder and director of The Sustainable Angle, gave an introduction about the organisation and how the sustainable…

The Sustainable Angle’s new sponsor: Lenzing Group

We are excited to have Lenzing Group as our new sponsor. Lenzing is a world market leader in the global textile and nonwovens industry producing high-quality botanic fibers. The natural resource wood, which is the basic material for these fibers is sourced only from sustainable origins – within Austria and other countries LenzingTM fibers come…

The Future Fabrics Expo in the Solutions Lab of the Copenhagen Fashion Summit

The Sustainable Angle travelled to Copenhagen showing a selection of fashion materials from the Future Fabrics Expo in the Solutions Lab of the Copenhagen Fashion Summit. At the summit many cited Orange Fibre, which was showcased on our stand, as a great innovation.  We also displayed many Cradle to Cradle certified materials which tied in…

“Celebrating Earth Week” – Panel discussion exploring ‘The True Cost’ of the Fashion industry on the environment

On April 19th The Sustainable Angle was invited to take part in a panel discussion at the American School in London. TSA’s Research Fellow, Martin Brambley, participated at The ASL Sustainability Council discussion during Earth Week. The panel talked on the broad impact of the fashion industry on our environment. During Earth Week students, faculty…

“Fashion the Future: Towards Sustainability in the Fashion Industry”

On March 10th, 2017 The Sustainable Angle founder Nina Marenzi was invited to be a part of The CSR and Ethical Business Society, London School of Economics, roundtable on “Fashion the Future: Towards Sustainability in the Fashion Industry” as part of their project week on sustainability. The clothing industry is the second most polluting industry…

Over 2000 fabrics showcased at the 6th Future Fabrics Expo

Between 25-26th January 2017 The Sustainable Angle welcomed 650 visitors to the 6th edition of the Future Fabrics Expo, at the beautiful Iris Studios in London. This year’s edition successfully showcased over 2000 fashion materials with a lower environmental impact. Alongside sustainable innovative fabrics with a lower environmental footprint, low impact leathers and leather alternatives…

Dressed and Fed: Striving to responsibly source what we eat and wear in the 21st century

TSA 2nd annual lecture 24th January 2017 The Sustainable Angle recently hosted its second annual lecture as part of our work focusing on the edible environment, with an aim to strengthening our connection with where our food comes from and fostering a better understanding of sustainable food and agriculture systems. The specific aim of this…