Thursday, 3 June

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10h00

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12h00

 10:00a.m

12:00p.m

 

(EST)

THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX

REF OPENING PANEL, PRESENTED BY SEBRAE

 

A debate regarding how Fashion has been innovating and thinking about ways of producing and consuming that challenge current models. An analysis of the future of fashion in a scenario full of challenges and uncertainties, and how entrepreneurs can innovate and bring solutions to overcome adversity in a post-Covid world.


 

  • Lilian Pacce (Fashion Editor and TV Host)

  • Anny Santos (Coordinator of Fashion at Sebrae)

  • Mariana Santiloni (Trend Specialist at WGSN)

  • Fiorella Mattheis (Actress, Founder & CEO of Gringa)    

  • Giovanna Nader (Presenter and Communicator)

10h00

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11h30

9:00a.m

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10:30a.m

 

(EST)

THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX

REF OPENING PANEL, PRESENTED BY SEBRAE

 

A debate regarding how Fashion has been innovating and thinking about ways of producing and consuming that challenge current models. An analysis of the future of fashion in a scenario full of challenges and uncertainties, and how entrepreneurs can innovate and bring solutions to overcome adversity in a post-Covid world.


 

  • Moderator : Lilian Pacce ( Fashion Editor and TV Host)

  • Anny Santos (Coordinator of Fashion at Sebrae)

  • Mariana Santiloni (Trend Specialist at WGSN)

  • Fiorella Mattheis (Actress, Founder & CEO of Gringa)    

  • Giovanna Nader (Presenter and Communicator)

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14h30

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15h15

 1:30p.m

2:15p.m

 

(EST)

THE CHALLENGES OF CHANGING BRAZILIAN FASHION

PRESENTED BY COLABORA MODA SUSTENTÁVEL

 

An overview of the Fashion sector, its advancements and challenges with regard to diversity and equity, socioeconomic relations in the value chain and circular economy.

 

  • Moderator: Marina Colerato (Journalist and Executive director of Modefica)

  • Fernando Pimentel (President of Abit)

  • Davi Bomtempo (Executive manager for environment and sustainability at CNI)

  • Márcia Silveira (Director of Institutional Articulation and Communication at Sistema B Brazil)

  • Taciana Abreu (Head of Sustentability Soma Group)

     

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15h30

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16h15

2:30p.m

3:15p.m

 

(EST)

THE BLINDNESS AROUND CO2 EMISSIONS – DIALOGUE 

 

A study of the production chain, its CO2 emissions, and a deep dive into the reality of the Veja brand.

 

  • Lilian Liu (Senior Sustainability Strategist at Futerra)

  • Ligia Zottin (Impact & Compliance at VEJA)

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16h30

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17h30

 3:30p.m

4:30p.m

 

(EST)

FASHION WITHOUT END

PRESENTED BY MALWEE

Do we need to invest in a new wardrobe every season? How can timeless style stimulate the consumer to think about the useful life of clothes and the relationship between consumption and use? The panel debates how the consumer can be a transformative agent, consuming wisely.

 

  • Moderator: Marina Caruso (Chief Editor, Revista Ela - O Globo)

  • Guilherme Moreno (Marketing manager at Malwee)

  • Chiara Gadaleta (Founder of Movimento Eco Era)

  • Tadeu Almeida (CEO of Repassa)

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18h00

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18h45

5:00p.m

5:45p.m

 

(EST)

BUILDING BRANDS WITH VALUE – DIALOGUE

In an increasingly accelerated and competitive world, it is necessary to define a purpose for brands and share values ​​that make sense for the future of societies.

 

  • Anny Santos (Coordinator of Fashion-Sebrae) 

  • Hisan Silva (Designer at Denzedeiro)

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19h30

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20h30

6:30p.m

7:30p.m

 

(EST)

A PLANET FULL OF CLOTHES – THE KANTAMANTO MARKET (GHANA)

Let's get to know the work the OR Foundation and Board Fashion Ghana develop in Africa, with the aim of reconciling the circular economy and social justice. Kantamanto, located in Ghana, is the largest second-hand clothing market in the world and where the greatest impacts of contemporary fashion converge.

 

  • Moderator: Patrick Duffy (Founder of Global Fashion Exchange and SwapChain)

  • Liz Rickets (Designer and Co-founder of The OR Foundation)

  • Yvonne Ntiamoah (President and founder of the Board Fashion Ghana)

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Friday, 4 June

10h00

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10h45

9:00a.m

9:45a.m

 

(EST)

FASHION WITH A MISSION - DIALOGUE

Designer and director of Fashion Revolution Italy, Marina Spadafora, recounts how luxury brands can co-create products with artisan communities, uniting ethics and aesthetics.

Marina collaborates with brands such as Ferragamo, Prada, Miu Miu and Marni, and her work has a strong socio-environmental focus.

  • Marina Spadafora (Consultant and Fair Fashion ambassador)

  • Paula Merlo (Content Director of Vogue)

  • Patrick Duffy ( Founder of Global Fashion Exchange and Swapchain)

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11h15

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12h30

10:15a.m

11:30a.m

 

(EST)

THE FUTURE OF COTTON

The role of organic cotton for sustainability and food security in Brazil and worldwide. Fair trade, biodiversity regeneration and participatory certification are some of the topics that will be covered on this panel.

 

  • Moderator: Yamê Reis (Founder of Rio Ethical Fashion)

  • Maria Valdenira (Agronomist - Organic cotton project at VEJA)

  • Silvio Moraes (Representant of Textile Exchange for Latin America)

  • Suzana Aguiar (Executive secretary of Rede Borborema)

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14h00

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14h45

01:00p.m

01:45p.m

 

(EST)

DISSOLVING THE EGO OF FASHION – DIALOGUE

This conversation explores the cracks in the fashion system, and the role that fashion can play in contemporary society faced with the urgency of reconciling socio-environmental justice with the human dimension. The conversation appeals to the creative and imaginative power of fashion as a tool for building a resilient and inclusive future.

 

  • Danielle Bruggeman (Cultural theorist and Professor of Fashion, ArtEZ University)

  • Lilyan Berlim (Autor, Researcher, Professor at ESPM and IED and Consultant no SEBRAE-RJ)

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15h15

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16h15

2:15p.m

3:15p.m

 

(EST)

FASHION AND ESG - STRATEGIES FOR SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS

Recently, ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) gained prominence thanks to a growing concern in the financial market about corporate sustainability. But what does this mean in practice?

In this panel, we will demystify the meaning of ESG and discuss the importance of incorporating environmental, social and governance aspects into business strategy for the fashion sector.

 

  • Moderator: Carol Perlingiere (Co-founder of Rio Ethical Fashion)

  • Carlo Pereira (Executive Director of Global Compact Brazil)

  • Marina Cançado (Head of Sustainable Wealth at XP Private)

  • Guilherme Weege (CEO of Malwee Group)

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17h00

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17h45

4:00p.m

4:45p.m

 

(EST)

COLORISM - DIALOGUE

A debate about the book Colorism by Alessandra Devulsky, which demonstrates how colorism, as a social classification based on lighter on darker skin tones, is an essential element of racism

 

  • Alessandra Devulsky (Author and professor of law at the University of Quebéc, in Montreal)

  • Marina Mello e Souza (History Department professor at USP)

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18h00

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18h30

 5:00p.m

5:30p.m

 

(EST)

NO POISON IN FASHION

Brief presentation of the NO POISON IN FASHION campaign, its results and next steps.

 

  • Yamê Reis (Founder of Rio Ethical Fashion)

  • Fernanda Simon ((Executive director of Fashion Revolution)

  • Larissa Henrici ((Creative in communication experience - Voice 176)

  • Marina Colerato (Journalist and Executive director of Modefica)

  • Eloisa Artuso (Educational Director of Fashion Revolution)

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18h45

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19h30

5:45p.m

6:30p.m

 

(EST)

CONVERSATION - INDIGENOUS FASHION: PROTAGONISM AND AUTHORSHIP

The trajectory of a brand that emerged from the questioning of the historical erasure of the indigenous peoples of Pindorama, the devaluation of original beauty and the scarcity of protagonism in different areas of society. Sioduhi Paulino is a member of the Piratapuya ethnicity (Piratapuya means "fish people").

 

  • Moderator: Bia Saldanha (Environmentalist and entrepreneur)

  • Sioduhi Paulino (Indigenous of the Piratapuya people, Entrepreneur and Creative Director of the brand- Piratapuya)

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20h00

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21h00

7:00p.m

8:00p.m

 

 

(EST)

“BUEN VIVIR” AND NATURE’S RIGHTS

The panel contextualizes the discussion of “Buen Vivir” and Nature’s Rights in Latin America, as an ethical principle originated by indigenous peoples. These concepts represent a break in the paradigm of the pluricultural and participatory state.

 

  • Moderator: Eloisa Artuso (Educational director of Fashion Revolution BR)

  • Kaká Werá (Writer, Teacher, Therapist, and Lecturer of Tapuian origin)

  • Paula Jácome (Fashion Revolution-Ecuador) 

  • Ninari Chimba Santillán (Indigenous woman of Kichwa nationality of the Panzaleo and Otavalo of Ecuador)

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Saturday, 5 June

10h30
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11h30

9:30a.m
– 
10:30a.m
 
(EST)

FASHIONSCAPES: A LIVING WAGE

POWERED BY ECO-AGE

Screening of short-form documentary Fashionscapes: A Living Wage, followed by panel discussion.

 

Andrew Morgan (director, True Cost) and Eco-Age founder Livia Firth, have recently released Fashionscapes: A Living Wage, the fourth in the investigative short documentary series available on Eco-Age TV. The documentary follows the story of the activists and change-makers calling time on the poverty wages that trap millions of garment workers in never-ending poverty. The movie has been supported by The Circle and North Sails.

  • Moderator: Harriet Vocking (Chief Brand Officer at Eco-Age)

  • Jessica Simor (Human rights and environmental lawyer)

  • Marisa Selfa (CEO of North Sails Apparel)

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14h00

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15h00

1:00p.m

– 

2:00p.m

 

(EST)

THE INNOVATORS

The panel will discuss the culture of fashion based on excess production and consumption, and will present alternatives to slow down the current model and new digital fashion technologies that will guide the future of consumption.

 

  • Moderator: Max Gilgenmann (CEO of Studio MM04, Sustainability Content Consultant at NEONYT, and Co-founder of Fashion Revolution Germany)

  • Lena Hartog (Coordinator of The Slow Fashion Movement)

  • Patrick Duffy (Founder of Global Fashion Exchange and SwapChain)

  • Amber Slooten (Co- founder of The Fabricant)

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15h15

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16h00

2:15p.m

3:00p.m

 

(EST)

DIVERSITY AND NEW NARRATIVES IN THE IMAGE OF FASHION

Fashion creates images that represent both the real and the imaginary of a moment in time. We live in a moment of breaking aesthetic and beauty standards, in which the diversity of gender and ethnicities has taken a larger role in society. How has the image of Fashion and Advertising been transforming and creating new aesthetic references?


 

  • Moderator Patricia Carta (Director and Editor of Harper's Bazaar Brasil)

  • Dudu Bertholini (Fashion communicator and Stylist)

  • Day Molina (Indigenous activist, Stylist and Creative director of NALIMO)

  • Julio Lima (President and facilitator of JCRÉ Facilitador social project)

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16h15
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17h00

2:15p.m

3:00p.m

 

(EST)

UNIVERSAL DISRUPTION

POWERED BY NOVOS URBANOS

Images do not represent the world we live, they create the world. So that a new world can emerge it will be necessary to build imaginaries. The conversation led by Denise Chaer, founder of New Urban, will go trough the creative imagination of Campana Brothers, by Humberto Campana’s hands.

  • Humberto Campana  (Designer)

  • Denise Chaer  (Creative entrepreneur)

  • Karla Martins  (Atriz, casa Ninja Amazonia)  

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