Just Got Made Breakfast Club: “Who made my Clothes?”Just Got Made • 07 Apr 2017
“Who made my clothes!”
“Who made my clothes?” is a question being asked more and more by today’s consumers. Rosie Martin, author of DIY Couture and No Patterns Needed and Helen Kemp, founder of Just Got Made get together to discuss ethical manufacturing, production visibility and the idea of ‘opting out’ – is it enough, and is it even possible?
This April’s Breakfast Club is part of Fashion Revolution Week: a global movement calling for greater transparency, sustainability and ethics in the fashion industry, encouraging millions of people to ask brands ‘Who made my clothes’ and demand greater transparency in the fashion supply chain.
The Just Got Made Breakfast Club happens on the last Friday of every month, to inspire new ideas, answer questions and provide a fun meet up for the maker community!
Rosie Martin: DIY believer. Visual Learner. Fabric Lover. Author ofNo Patterns Needed, published by Lawrence King Publishers.
Helen Kemp: I’m interested in how people are revolutionising making, craftsmanship and manufacture. I like to pull ideas around. Founder of Just Got Made and annual festival The Just Got Made Weekender.
Tickets £8 / £6 students and concessions, including coffee and pastries
Friday, 28 April 9.30 – 11.30 am
Makerversity, Lancaster Place Entrance, Somerset House, The Strand, London WC2R 1LA