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Fashion for Good
Platforms: Sustainability 360
Platforms: Association
Platforms: Exhibition / Showroom
Research: Fashion / Tech
Research: Sustainability Supply Chain
Research: Material / Tech
Education: Vocational Education And Training
Institutions: Ngo's

Organization's description

Fashion for Good is the global initiative that’s here to make all fashion good. By sparking and scaling innovation, by offering practical action in the form of support, funding and roadmaps, and by fostering sector-wide collaboration rather than competition, we enable the daring invention and widespread adoption of good fashion practice. With an Innovation Hub in Amsterdam that supports a global network of change makers, we are reimagining how fashion is designed, made, worn and reused for the good of people and the planet. Fashion for Good consists of six complementary initiatives, each of which works to enable a circular fashion industry: An early-stage and a late-stage programme to identify and scale circular technologies and business models, an acceleration fund, a ‘how-to guide’ for more sustainable fashion, a co-working space with likeminded organisations, and the Fashion for Good Museum in Amsterdam. The Fashion for Good Museum is an interactive fashion museum for the future of fashion, where we tell the stories behind the clothes you wear and how your choices can have a positive impact on people and our planet.

Fashion for Good employees

  • Marvin Stanley
    Marvin Stanley
    Marketing coordinator
  • Anne-Ro Klevant Groen
    Anne-Ro Klevant Groen
    Marketing & Communications Director
  • Schoenenkwartier
    The Schoenenkwartier illuminates the history of shoes and leather as well as its future.

    The Schoenenkwartier rests on three pillars: the Labs, the Knowledge center and the Museum. It therefore is more than a museum, much more than a curator of the rich past of the leather and shoe industry. As a podium, workshop, study center and laboratory, the Schoenenkwartier owns a unique profile that requires not only admiration and learning, but also participation and awareness. On a floor space of more than 3000 m2, the Schoenenkwartier illuminates the history of shoes and leather, as well as its future.

  • Lana Miller
    Lana Miller
    Digital Marketing Manager
  • Gwen Boon
    Gwen Boon
  • Alyxandra Westwood
    Alyxandra Westwood
  • Dionne Heuts
    Dionne Heuts
    Events & Programming Coordinator
  • Sophie van Duren
    Sophie van Duren

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