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Fri, Apr 26


Virtual Event

Conscious Threads: A Conversation on Sustainable Fashion

Get an exclusive look into the world of sustainable fashion. Join our virtual panel as pioneering ethical designers discuss upcycling textile waste, sourcing eco-friendly materials, and upholding radical supply chain transparency. A can't-miss conversation for conscious clothing enthusiasts.

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Conscious Threads: A Conversation on Sustainable Fashion
Conscious Threads: A Conversation on Sustainable Fashion

Time & Location

Apr 26, 2024, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PDT

Virtual Event

About the event

Join us for an inspiring virtual panel discussion on the future of ethical fashion. We've brought together some of the industry's most innovative sustainable designers to share their journeys, creative processes and insights on building brands that respect people and planet.

From using upcycled materials and fair labor practices to reducing waste and rethinking the full lifecycle of our clothes, these trailblazers are revolutionizing how we source, make and discard what we wear. Hear their thoughts on:

  • Launching mission-driven fashion labels
  • Sourcing sustainable, cruelty-free textiles and materials
  • Creating timeless styles that reduce the need for fast fashion
  • Shifting consumer mindsets toward conscious consumerism
  • Radical transparency in garment worker treatment and supply chains

This can't-miss conversation will leave you feeling inspired to demand more from the clothing industry and empowered to curate a more ethical, eco-friendly wardrobe. Our featured panelists bring years of expertise in merging style and sustainability.

Ready to get transparently chic? Claim your virtual seat for a candid look at fashion's forward-thinkers.

Our Guest Panel Speakers:

Deborah Lindquist, the “Green Queen” of fashion. Trained at Parsons School of Design and famed in NYC before relocating to Los Angeles, Deborah has redefined eco-conscious fashion with her blend of recycled, sustainable, and organic fabrics. From her initial foray into unique accessories to her now-celebrated eco-friendly clothing line, Deborah creates fashion that’s not only ahead of its time but also kind to the planet.

Mavis Hererra, a visionary entrepreneur and the creative mind behind Mavis by Herrera. Mavis has seamlessly integrated her passion for photography, cycling, and travel into pioneering sustainable fashion. Her brand transforms plastic pollution into chic, ethical handbags, leading the charge in eco-friendly elegance.

Emma Roberts, the creative force behind Desert Daisy Jewelry. Emma’s journey from an astrophysics career to becoming a celebrated jewelry designer is as fascinating as the crystals she works with. Each piece from Desert Daisy Jewelry is a testament to the beauty of the natural world, crafted with intention and care in her Las Vegas studio. Inspired by the unique energies of each stone and her own gypsy soul, Emma creates accessories that resonate with depth and character. Her work reflects a commitment to celebrating raw, natural beauty and the rich metaphysical history of crystals.

Hosted By: 

Alina Fridman, creator of Featuring Fabulous Living and  founder of the LA-based creative agency, Featuring Fabulous Media. Alina specializes in shaping narratives and experiences for lifestyle brands, mastering brand alchemy, content production, strategic partnerships, and experiential events. Her passion for embracing the beauty of life and crafting unforgettable experiences celebrates the art of fabulous living, infusing every moment with inspiration and delight.

Elisabeth Collazos, creator and editor of Gemma Magazine. Elisabeth embodies the spirit of creativity and self-expression that the publication celebrates. With a strong belief in the healing and inspiring power of the arts, Elisabeth brings a wealth of knowledge and passion to our event. Her dedication to fashion, style, and the arts makes her the perfect partner to explore sustainable fashion and its impact on our world.

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