June 6, 2022
Green Gate 2021

Reshaping the fashion industry

The way we understand fashion is changing. Fashion is no longer just about looking good, it is about being environmentally and ethically aware of how the clothes are being manufactured, where they are coming from, and what impact a piece of clothing has on our environment.
September 19, 2022
Youssef Anwar and Anna Poulsen are working on developing sustainable footwear and exchanged valuable knowhow during DEDI Green Gate workshop in Copenhagen in August.

Sustainable walks

Producing sustainable footwear is a complicated process. Given the environmental impact of a global production of 20 billion pairs of shoes yearly, the stakes are high. When teaming up during DEDI Green Gate Workshop, the two footwear designers, Youssef Anwar and Anna Poulsen, gained valuable knowhow.
December 7, 2022
DEDI Green Gate participants make their own upcycled products using traditional Egyptian tentmakers quilting technique during a workshop at the Egyptian Clothing Bank. (Photo: Rowan El Shimi // DEDI)

Boosting circular collaborations

The latest VR technologies, traditional quilt-making techniques and many visits to local sustainable fashion hubs inspire collaborations and inspire the 23 participants of DEDI Green Gate in Egypt.