After four successful rounds of Bilingual Design – bringing Egyptian and Danish designers together to design and produce furniture, this year we are excited to announce that the project is taking on a new challenge which is to focus on Design for Circularity. Meet the participants here.
DEDI Green Gate aims to be part of exploring and promoting solutions through dialogue between Egyptian and Danish designers, entrepreneurs, professionals, researchers, and students working in the fashion field and concerned with a more sustainable approach to fashion.
Women Take the Lead network provides the opportunity for its participants – from across sectors in Denmark and Egypt – to make a deeper, more personal connection. The 22 women meet for the first time in Copenhagen in August.
People, planet and profit are at stake as 97 pct. of all fast fashion garments are made in developing countries. One answer is slow fashion and social responsibility, Norhan El Sakkout, Lone Munk, and Jeannette Loua would agree.