The Materials Circularity Research Strand proposes an alternative course of action with materials: one in which we solely use waste for clean and on-demand textile production in which materials in garments are designed for longevity, and in which environmental impacts are dramatically reduced.
The Circular Supply Chain Design Research Strand will establish narrow, slow and closed resource flows through better tools for Circular Supply Chains. We will study which novel supply chain configurations and technologies are needed for bio-based textiles circular supply chains.
The Consumer Experience Research Strand will establish a coupling between the resource flow and human wellbeing by building a Product Cultures Lab and a Circular CX Framework with which to design consumer experiences that engage people in interactive, meaningful, co-creative and sustainable ways.
Ready to make a difference in the fashion and textile world and empower our communities? Join us this winter for our transformative research studies on Consumer Experience and Circular Supply Chain!
We are thrilled to share an insightful article by the distinguished Brazilian researcher and activist, Eloisa Artuso. Her article, originally published in Carta Capital Magazine in Portuguese, takes us on a journey into a recent panel discussion where the Textiles Circularity Centre played a prominent role.
Winter seminar series to look at EU Fashion Policy & Legislation: Compliance Strategies for the Future
Fashion's future is tightly intertwined with policy and legislation, especially in the EU, one of the world's largest fashion markets.