Be Circular

Let’s Talk About Circular Fashion

28/06/2017 | 6:30 | Let's Talk About Circular Fashion |

What are the circular challenges in the fashion world? The theme is ever more present in the media, but what are its real, possible and practical, applications? From design to production, from distribution to end-of-life, what are the influences they have on the relationship between a brand and its client? And above all, what are the possibilities in terms of creativity?


6:30 PM > Welcome
7 to 8:30 PM > Seminar
8:30 PM > Networking drink

Standard (seminar  + exhibition*) – 10€
Student (seminar  + exhibition*) – 4€
Job seeker (seminar  + exhibition*) – 4€
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* Exhibition > Occupation: Designer, Brussels vision on design



Kate Goldsworthy
Senior Research Fellow

A researcher since 2008 for the Textile Research Centre at the University of Chelsea, Kate has more than 15 years of experience as a textile designer, consultant and teacher.
Her thesis dealt with the use of laser finishes as a new method for designing recyclable synthetic materials.
She has participated in international publications and conferences on sustainable design, technology and the role of the designer as facilitator for discussions in the textile industry. Her works have been exhibited in London, the United States and the Netherlands.
She works daily to propose sustainable production systems for the textile industry, for innovations in design solutions for recycling and reuse.

Stéphanie Fellen
Made and More

After graduating from the HEC Business School in Paris, Stéphanie began a career in international industrial chemistry for four years before stepping down to launch the concept Made & More. Passionate about sustainable economy, about fashion and with a strong entrepreneurial drive, she embarked on the adventure with a concept based on sustainability, ethics, and transparency.
Made & More has now been online for 3 and a half years. An e-commerce brand, with popup stores in Liège, Brussels, Antwerp, Lille, and soon to open fixed retail outlets, offering around thirty brands including Made & More.
Stéphanie will share both her daily challenges and her new circular projects with us.