Relive the 2014 Copenhagen Fashion Summit - the full conference on video
Were you one of the unfortunate people that missed the Copenhagen Fashion Summit? Or do you simply want to relive it? All the great speeches from the Summit are now online, ready to be viewed.
WELCOME BY HER ROYAL HIGHNESS CROWN PRINCESS MARY OF DENMARK
Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary of Denmark is patron of Fashion Summit 2014. Her patronage demonstrates a continued dedication in promoting a sustainable and responsible fashion industry. At this year’s Fashion Summit, Crown Princess Mary will be giving the opening speech. The Crown Princess also attended the first two Fashion Summits in 2009 and 2012.
OPENING REMARKS BY MARGRETHE VESTAGER, DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER AND MINISTER FOR ECONOMIC AFFAIRS AND THE INTERIOR
Margrethe Vestager is the Danish Minister for Economic Affairs and the Interior. She was first elected to the Danish Parliament in 2001, but prior to this she held the post of Minister of Education from 2000-2001 and the post of Minister of Education and Ecclesiastical Affairs from 1998-2000.
FIVE DISRUPTIVE IDEAS FOR SUSTAINABLE FASHION BY JUSTIN KEEBLE, MANAGING DIRECTOR, ACCENTURE
Justin Keeble is the Managing Director of Accenture’s Sustainability Services across Europe, Africa and Latin America. He has focused his career on understanding how social and environmental challenges can be harnessed as drivers for innovation and has delivered hundreds of sustainability assignments across a diverse range of sectors.
»FASHIONING THE FUTURE - AESTHETICS WITH ETHICS« BY LIVIA FIRTH, CREATIVE DIRECTOR, ECO AGE LTD AND FOUNDER OF THE GREEN CARPET CHALLENGE
Livia Firth is the Creative Director of Eco-Age Ltd, a brand consultancy that enables businesses to achieve growth and add value through sustainability. Founded by Livia and her brother Nicola Giuggioli (CEO) in 2007, Eco-Age now delivers world beating firsts and brand enhancing partnerships with companies, brands and people who share its vision.
PANEL DEBATE ON INNOVATIVE MATERIALS MODERATED BY VANESSA FRIEDMAN, FINANCIAL TIMES
Chantal Malingrey-Perrin, Marketing Director, Premiée Vision
Marco Lucietti, Global Marketing Director, ISKO
Giusy Bettoni, CEO, C.L.A.S.S. Hub
RESTART FASHION - 5 EASY STEPS BY CONNIE NIELSEN, STEFAN SIEGEL AND JONAS EDER-HANSEN
NOT JUST A LABEL, the world’s largest global community of emerging fashion designers, has come together with the Danish Fashion Institute and the NICE platform to take action. We present five easy steps to sustainability for designers to act upon. This is where the talk stops and the action starts. It’s time to restart the revolution.
»REDUCE, REVISE, REGULARISE« BY VANESSA FRIEDMAN, FASHION EDITOR, FINANCIAL TIMES
Vanessa Friedman has been fashion editor of the Financial Times since 2002. She is the first person to hold the post, and writes a weekly column for the newspaper as well as features on corporate and creative strategy and the programme for the Business of Luxury conference.
»CONSCIOUS CHOICES« BY HELENA HELMERSSON, HEAD OF SUSTAINABILITY, H&M, FOLLOWED BY OFFICIAL LAUNCH OF CLEVERCARE.INFO, A NEW CONSUMER-FACING SOLUTION FOR LOW-IMPACT GARMENT CARE
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»A GLOBAL STANDARD FOR SUSTAINABLE APPAREL« BY JASON KIBBEY, SUSTAINABLE APPAREL COALITION
Jason Kibbey is the Executive Director of the Sustainable Apparel Coalition. The Sustainable Apparel Coalition is an industry-wide group of leading apparel and footwear brands, retailers, manufacturers, non-governmental organizations, and academic experts working to reduce the environmental and social impacts of apparel and footwear products around the world.
»SUSTAINABILITY DRIVES INNOVATION« BY ANITA ENGLER, MANAGER DESIGN, DAIMLER AG
Anita Engler is the manager of design for the Environment and End of Life Vehicles (ELV) coordination at Daimler AG Mercedes-Benz Cars. In this capacity, she is in charge of Type Approval Recyclability and worldwide ELV legislation, recycling processes, use of recycled plastics and natural fibers, and dismantling studies.
DESIGN AND DENIM CHALLENGE FEATURING 12 NORDIC FASHION DESIGNERS
The world of sustainable clothing is brimming with innovation, from production methods and materials that do not damage the environment. But how can these innovations be employed for the purpose of style and beauty; how can they be incorporated in the design of outstanding fashion?
BARBARA I GONGINI
GUDRUN & GUDRUN
JOR BY GUDMUNDUR JORUNDSSON
A QUESTION OF
THE VOICE OF THE NEXT GENERATION BY 120 DESIGN AND BUSINESS SCHOOL STUDENTS FROM THE YOUTH FASHION SUMMIT
The Youth Fashion Summit invites students from all over the world to participate in program for a more sustainable fashion future.
IS FASHION UNDERVALUED? NATURAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTING IN FASHION INDUSTRY
Global Leadership Award IN Sustainable Apparel BY Kirsten Brosbøl, Danish Minister for the Environment And Michael Schragger, Director, The Sustainable Fashion Academy.
ONE YEAR AFTER RANA PLAZA BY ALAN ROBERTS, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, THE BANGLADESH ACCORD
Alan Roberts is the Executive Director of International Operations for the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh. He has had a life-long career in retailing, starting as a management trainee with Marks & Spencer, where he moved swiftly from stores to the head office, where, at the age of 23, he was the youngest merchandise manager ever appointed.
PANEL DEBATE ON THE FUTURE OF FASHION MODERATED BY NADER MOUSAVIZADEH
Vanessa Friedman, Financial Times
Livia Firth, ECO Age
Alan Roberts, The Bangladesh Accord
Helena Helmersson, H&M
Jason Kibby, Sustainable Apparel Coalition.
CLOSING REMARKS BY EVA KRUSE, CEO OF THE DANISH FASHION INSTITUTE
Eva Kruse is a pioneer in sustainability in fashion, and since 2008, she has been working ambitiously to push the sustainability agenda in the fashion industry globally. She is the mastermind behind the world’s largest and recurring event on sustainability in fashion, Copenhagen Fashion Summit. In the fall of 2013 she gave a TedX talk in Copenhagen with the topic »Changing the world through fashion« .