Repurposing Sustainable Fashion: Clothing & Textile Waste & Reuse
A panel on the complex relationship between fashion, globalization, sustainability, and the environment.
October 23, 2019
NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute
7th Floor Commons
20 Cooper Square
New York, NY 10003
Global Liberal Studies celebrates its tenth anniversary and inaugurates the new GLS concentration, “Sustainability, Health, and the Environment,” with a panel curated by GLS Professor Leo Douglas, and co-moderated by GLS Professor Jessamyn Hatcher and GLS Junior and The Fashion Futures Group at NYU Co-Founder Genevieve Carlson. Panelists include:
-Hanna Rose Shell (Associate Professor, Department of Cinema Studies and Moving Image Arts, U-C Boulder, and author of the forthcoming Shoddy: Textiles, Technology, and Identity)
-Adam Baruchowitz (Wearable Collections, Founder and CEO)
-Idania del Río & Leire Fernandez (Clandestina Co-Founders)
They will discuss the complex relationship between fashion, globalization, sustainability, and the environment.
Refreshments to follow. Free and open to the public. No RSVP required.
For a list of all Global Liberal Studies at 10 Years events, click HERE.