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Mapping Sustainable Fashion & Textile - The Denim Chapter

Mapping Sustainable Fashion & Textile - The Denim Chapter

Conventional production of denim jeans has resulted in potent environmental pollution. As the idea of sustainable development is widely promoted in recent years, brands and manufacturers start to go green. This symposium will focus on new technologies and new dimensions for the sustainable development of denim, bridging textile, fashion and technologies and exploring the infinity possibilities for the greater future.

Date26/11 (Tue)

Time2.30pm - 5pm

VenueHall W5 - Textech Galaxy

LanguageMandarin & English (SI)

SCHEDULE

2:30pm – 2:50pm

Ellen MacArthur Foundation
The Ellen MacArthur Foundation was launched in 2010 to accelerate the transition to a circular economy. Since its creation the charity has emerged as a global thought leader, establishing the circular economy on the agenda of decision makers across business, government, and academia.

Topic: Jeans Redesign – the new guidelines of green jeans

2:50pm – 3:15pm

Ms. Mani Chan
Regional Marketing Director, Kornit Digital Asia Pacific
Mani Chan is the Marketing Director at Kornit Digital Asia Pacific Ltd. During her 20-year tenure in various MNC, Mani oversaw integrated marketing and strategic planning that resulted in proven track record of success in Asia Pacific and China.

Topic: Innovation for Sustainable Fashion - Digital Textile Printing
The needs of change in Fashion Industry and the importance of sustainable fashion in China. What is the next global trend in apparel & textile and how you can go green with innovated digital textile printing?

3:15pm – 3:35pm

Mr. Walden Lam
Co-founder & Chief Hustler, unspun
With a wide portfolio of retail, operating, investment and strategy experiences, Walden held leadership roles at lululemon, IDEO, Goldman Sachs and GGV Capital. He has an MBA from Stanford University. Originated from Hong Kong, he now manages the business team on business development, strategy, marketing and supply chain operations.

Topic: Picking the fight in the sustainable denim journey
In the dawn of consumer awareness about fashion impact, brands operate in the hazy fifty shades of green. The talk documents the hard decisions a small denim brand makes to hopefully create the most impact and the lessons we learnt as a start-up.
Global Fashion Brand
3:35pm – 3:55pm
Case Study I
Miss Apple Cao
Supply Chain Sustainability Manager
H & M Group
Global Fashion Brand
3:55pm – 4:15pm
Case Study II
Miss Virginia Rollando
Sustainability Project Manager
Saitex
All Guests & Speakers
4:15pm – 4:50pm
Panel Discussion

26/11 (Tue)

 

2.30pm - 5pm

 

Hall W5 - Textech Galaxy

 

Mandarin & English (SI)

SCHEDULE

2:30pm – 2:50pm

Ellen MacArthur Foundation
The Ellen MacArthur Foundation was launched in 2010 to accelerate the transition to a circular economy. Since its creation the charity has emerged as a global thought leader, establishing the circular economy on the agenda of decision makers across business, government, and academia.

Topic: Jeans Redesign – the new guidelines of green jeans

2:50pm – 3:15pm

Ms. Mani Chan
Regional Marketing Director, Kornit Digital Asia Pacific
Mani Chan is the Marketing Director at Kornit Digital Asia Pacific Ltd. During her 20-year tenure in various MNC, Mani oversaw integrated marketing and strategic planning that resulted in proven track record of success in Asia Pacific and China.

Topic: Innovation for Sustainable Fashion - Digital Textile Printing
The needs of change in Fashion Industry and the importance of sustainable fashion in China. What is the next global trend in apparel & textile and how you can go green with innovated digital textile printing?

3:15pm – 3:35pm

Mr. Walden Lam
Co-founder & Chief Hustler, unspun
With a wide portfolio of retail, operating, investment and strategy experiences, Walden held leadership roles at lululemon, IDEO, Goldman Sachs and GGV Capital. He has an MBA from Stanford University. Originated from Hong Kong, he now manages the business team on business development, strategy, marketing and supply chain operations.

Topic: Picking the fight in the sustainable denim journey
In the dawn of consumer awareness about fashion impact, brands operate in the hazy fifty shades of green. The talk documents the hard decisions a small denim brand makes to hopefully create the most impact and the lessons we learnt as a start-up.

Global Fashion Brand

3:35pm – 3:55pm
Case Study I
Miss Apple Cao
Supply Chain Sustainability Manager
H & M Group

Global Fashion Brand

3:55pm – 4:15pm
Case Study II
Miss Virginia Rollando
Sustainability Project Manager
Saitex

All Guests & Speakers

4:15pm – 4:50pm
Panel Discussion
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