Liverpool Fashion Summit (LFS) is a student-led initiative that aims to promote sustainability in the fashion industry by gathering the voices of the different stakeholders to tackle the biggest issues in one of the world’s largest industries.
It aims to raise awareness of the key barriers to change, and explore the part that everyone can all play.
LFS returns for its third year from 21-22 April, with a series of events that will look at the role of education and policy in addressing the issues of the fashion industry.
This year LFS is running a hybrid event, with an online conversation series taking place on the first day, and face-to-face programme on day two.
Among the confirmed speakers are Professor Natascha Radclyffe-Thomas, Dr Mark Sumner, Rosalind Studd, Professor Joanne Meehan, Professor Anne-Marie Grundmeier and Dr Laura Menzies.
The second day will also include a creative mending café, screening of Dirty Laundry by Teresa Hardy, along with group discussions, networking opportunities, and panel discussion.
LFS provides a platform for students, businesses, consumers, and academics to debate and discuss industry trends and best practice.
The event is free but places are limited for the face-to-face activities. Book your place here.