Fixing Fashion is on the catwalk for Future Space this February

five students around a table working out ideas using paper cups and paper

The Loughborough University London Future Space team is once again hosting a hack to look at solving one of the worlds big challenges. This time it is the ticking timebomb that is fast fashion and its effects on the planet.

The Future Space team will help students create teams around issues in fashion production, retail, and distribution.  They will look at solutions around enterprise, policy, and behaviour change. 

The Future Space team will be joined by a panel of expert judges from The Trampery’s Sustainable Fashion Accelerator.  The Trampery is a growing network of spaces across London that support creative companies and the creative industries. 

The hack is open to all students, no matter what you are studying and whether you started in October or January.  It is a great chance to build skills, create and test new ideas, gain experience and network with those working in sustainable fashion now. 

Taking part contributes to your Personal Best London record and the skills will support anyone undertaking the Collaborative Project or any other Collaborate activities. 

So what are you waiting for?  Numbers are limited sign up via Handshake now