REGISTER FOR 9th FUTURE FABRICS EXPO 29-30th, JANUARY 2020

The Sustainable Angle’s
9TH FUTURE FABRICS EXPO
29 – 30 January 2020
9 AM – 6 PM
London, UK
 
Press & Industry Preview 
28 January 2020, 2 PM -9 PM 

 

Join us at the 9th Future Fabrics Expo and be part of the change moving fashion to a positive future!

The Sustainable Angle’s Future Fabrics Expo is the largest dedicated showcase of sustainable materials for the fashion industry and it returns on 29-30 January 2020, at Victoria House in London, WC1B 4DA.

The Future Fabrics Expo features thousands of commercially-available fabrics and materials from suppliers who are offering innovative solutions with a low environmental footprint, as well as an Innovation Hub

Ticket options and further event details available via the link below: 

 

 

 

 

Premium Tickets Available! 

Due to the popularity of the 8th Future Fabrics Expo’s Seminar series in 2019, we are introducing Premium Tickets 2020 that includes:

  • Skip the queues and fast track to Seminar area
  • Reserved* seating for all seminars during the 2 days
  • Attend our Opening Evening Drinks Reception on Tuesday 28th January 2020 at 6.30pm

Our Early Bird Rates are only available until 30 September 2019, so get your ticket now! 

 

Seminar Series Programme

As much as the fashion industry is part of the problem it needs to be part of the solution and turn into a powerful force for positive change by following regenerative principles, a circular systems approach and sustainable design: all of which will take centre stage in our seminar series. 

Our Seminar Series includes key thought leaders, innovators, industry insiders, textile producers and designers. Look out for upcoming mailer announcements and updates on guest speakers at the 9th Future Fabrics Expo.

 

Discover more mills and suppliers who are producing sutainably and responsibly  

Our materials showcase continues to expand every year as an increasing number of mills and suppliers prioritise sustainable textile solutions and integrate renewable resources into production.

  • Discover thousands of textiles and materials with a low environmental footprint 
  • Each material is labelled with sustainability information, environmental certification details, and supplier contact details
  • Connect with core-exhibitors in our dedicated presentation spaces 
  • Explore the Innovation Hub, featuring emerging materials and technologies

 

Our main areas of focus for 2020

Discover the crucial interrelationship between fashion and food supply chains. Learn about how our fibres are grown and how our materials are made in view of their impacts on climate, biodiversity and the oceans; as well, the importance of biodiversity and regenerative agriculture in securing a sustainable supply chain, aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

 
 
We look forward to seeing you there!  
 
 

Interested in showcasing at our event?
Please contact info@thesustainableangle.org

 

See our Past Future Fabrics Expos

2019

2018

2017

2015

2014

2013

2012

2011

Discover a curated range of globally-sourced sustainable materials and resources online, any time, from anywhere.

Visit our Future Fabrics Virtual Expo

To find out about our upcoming events, workshops, talks and projects, sign up to our newsletter below. 

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NOTE: The Sustainable Angle would like to warn members, exhibitors and delegates that some of the Future Fabrics Expo’s communication channels have been targeted by unknown companies offering lists of delegates attending those events. Our database and website safety features have been checked and have not been breached. False claims are being made to entice people to purchase data. Should you receive an email with the suffixes: 

@expolists.com / @b2bshows-list.org / @bookbtb.com / @questleads.com / @accucompany.us 

or any other unfamiliar source, please note that these entities are in no way affiliated with The Sustainable Angle, the Future Fabrics Expo, or its official shows or conferences. The lists offered are inaccurate and compiled or acquired fraudulently and in contravention of data protection regulations. The use of our association name and event names by these companies has been made without our authorisation. We have taken immediate action in response and further ask that delegates and visitors be cautious. We encourage you to contact us when receiving these types of solicitations. 

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