During these years, the fashion trends have changed: the new decade is kicking off with sustainability in the spotlight, innovative eco-friendly concepts, recycled products, biodegradable designs and stylish takes on natural material.
How is the fashion materials landscape changing in the era of sustainability? What are the new opportunities and challenges?
On Tuesday, June 30th a lively panel of key opinion leaders from diverse supply chain roles will hold an open discussion to connect the dots of the ongoing fashion industry rEvolution, with a special eye on material innovation.
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ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Sylvain Rocher, Co-Chief Executive Officer, The R Collective
Sylvain has been working in Fashion over the past 15 years in various regional and global management roles within Richemont group and PVH. He is a well-recognized e-commerce and digital business leader in Asia and has extensive knowledge of the Fashion supply chain from Design to Distribution. Sylvain has been living in Hong Kong since 2005 and gradually became a sustainability activist. He started to work on reducing single-use plastic in Fashion as early as 2010.
Edwin Keh, CEO, HKRITA
Mr. Keh is the CEO of The Hong Kong Research Institute of Textiles and Apparel. He is also on Faculty at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology where he teaches supply chain operations. Edwin had a career as a senior executive with several US consumer goods and retail companies. He was the Managing Director of Payless Shoesource International, Donna Karan International, and Country Road Australia.
Daria Kirillova, Quality Control Manager, Pianoforte Asia Pacific Limited.
With over 15 years’ experience in garment production predominantly in Asia, Daria Kirillova oversees the entire process, from the fabric mills all the way through manufacturing to shipping the garments.
Malin Lundahal, Sustainability Manager, Sales Market Greater China, H&M
Malin joined the H&M Group in 2013 to focus on the development and production of the H&M brand’s new Beauty cosmetic line. Previous to the Sustainability Manager role Malin has worked with managing several different topics in sustainability, cosmetics, and material for H&M. She has a diverse background in bioengineering, skincare research, and new product development, and is a published researcher.
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