The State of European Fashion Conference

The State of European Fashion Conference

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EFA - State of European Fashion Conference

On March 5th, the European Fashion Alliance (EFA) – which WBDM is part of – held its first conference ‘The Status of European Fashion’, in Brussels, Belgium. The event brought together industry leaders, policymakers, and stakeholders who discussed crucial topics shaping the future of European fashion.

In preparation for the conference, EFA conducted a comprehensive Europe-wide survey on the impending sustainability legislation affecting the fashion industry, which results and recommendations will be published until end of April. The survey aimed to assess the current state of the European fashion landscape and identify significant challenges and opportunities in anticipation of impending regulatory changes. First learnings were presented to the audience.

EFA Conference - Simone Cipriani, Guy Morgan, Henrik Vibskov, Ruth Reichstein, Julia Aruni Kirschner

At the conference, 150 attendees experienced a dynamic program featuring keynote speeches, a presentation on ‘the Status of European Fashion’ report and four engaging panel discussions, which took place after a presentation of the study’s key facts by Elke Timmerman, Board Member of EFA.

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