CEA’s accelerator Fashion360 is delighted to host a Working Lunch for emerging fashion entrepreneurs interested in sustainability and production.
Working Lunch is a proud product of the Fashion360 program. This event will provide fashion designers and entrepreneurs with an understanding of how to ‘future-proof’ your label through sustainability, best practice understanding your customer.
CEA Resident and Associate Members, as well as Creative Industries students, are welcome to join.
This Working Lunch will explore the journey of Facilitator Graham Ross and the steps he took to create the world’s most sustainable textile and garments with an aim to set the standards for fashion production. He will delve into the processes and challenges he faced as a fashion entrepreneur to help you understand ways that you can navigate those elements across your own fashion journey.
About the Facilitator Graham Ross
Graham Ross is the founder of Kusaga Athletic, which specialises in future fabrics and sustainable lifestyle apparel. Kusaga Athletic’s most significant achievement is the creation of the planet’s greenest t-shirt and one of the world’s most sustainable textiles.
As an established entrepreneur with a background in media, Graham recognised an opportunity to address the impact of climate change by reimagining the textile industry. Taking the principles of a circular economy and profit-for-purpose, Kusaga Athletic is part of a new wave of socially focussed organisations using their businesses to create a positive impact on the world.