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Brazilian-based strategic designer, researcher and educator. Eloisa Artuso has been working in fashion for nearly 20 years and her present work focuses on social and environmental justice in the fashion industry. Eloisa co-founded Fashion Revolution Brasil, the world’s largest fashion activism movement and lectures sustainable design at Istituto Europeo di Design-IED. She recently co-founded Febre, a research, strategy and multimedia content platform created from the intersection of climate, gender and fashion. Eloisa graduated in Fashion Design from Santa Marcelina College, Brazil, and has a master’s degree in Design Futures from Goldsmiths, University of London, UK.

In the past years, Eloisa has led important projects such as the Fashion Transparency Index Brazil, which analyses and ranks Brazil’s biggest fashion brands and retailers based on their public disclosure of human rights and environmental policies, practices and impacts, and the Fashion Revolution Forum, the first Brazilian platform exclusively created to foster debates on sustainable fashion, mobilising academia, brands and professionals through research and education.

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