Study Hall London

april 27, 2019 | central saint martins, london

500

industry leaders

3k

web attendees

136

million media

15

million social

Study Hall is an annual Summit on Sustainable Fashion, with global conferences throughout the year fostering partnerships and education around sustainability literacy in Fashion and beyond. The Library Study Hall is an education initiative and non-profit organization focused on sustainable literacy. Study Hall Conferences are cross-cultural and inter-disciplinary gatherings of the minds exploring tangible eco-solutions to bring to market.

The first international edition was held in London UK at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in collaboration with Fashion Revolution. The event took place during Fashion Revolution Week, on the 6th anniversary of the Rana Plaza factory collapse.

The Study Hall London, powered by G-Star Raw, adidas, Youtube and Calik Denim, gathered leading industry experts in fashion and textile manufacturing, paired with cultural influencers, academics, activists and artists including representatives from adidas, Stella McCartney and the British Fashion Council. Kerry Bannigan of the Conscious Fashion Campaign joined a fireside chat looking at consumer-facing certifications and how to best communicate ethics and responsibility.

The discussions explored the central theme of “Sustainability as a Culture”, and themes of racial justice, responsible sourcing and manufacturing, circularity, and authenticity in design.