The Fairy Emporium at Sketch!

The Fairy Emporium and The Future of Fashion breakfast panel discussion

We open London Fashion Week using the creative arts to inspire discussion around more serious topics, social and environmental responsibility.
The Fairy Emporium features fine art illustrations by Holly Jade O’Leary, a plant based gastronomic menu designed by Pierre Gagnaire, ballet and opera by The Jewelled Moon Theatre company, and a luxury sustainable fashion installation, our lead model is Kasey Wynter (ex Love Island, Britain’s Top Model).
The Future of Fashion breakfast panel discussion invited guest speakers are Tamsin Lejeune, founder of Common Objective and the Ethical Fashion Forum, Ulla Vitting-Richards founder of Vildnis and Baroness Lola Young OBE, who affected transformational change introducing the Modern Slavery Act 2015 in parliament, and is a brand ambassador for Made By and Zoe Partridge, Founder of Wear the Walk.
It is a not-for-profit event, with £5.00 from each ticket sale donated to Place 2 Be, the UK’s leading children’s mental health charity whose royal patron is HRH Duchess of Cambridge.

Location: sketch, 9 Conduit Street, Mayfair, London, W1S 2XG

Date: 13th September 2018

Time: 9:00am – 11:00am

Guests are welcomed into The Glade with a vegan gastronomic breakfast selection created especially for the event by French master chef and culinary genius Pierre Gagnaire.

The menu includes a Maroon ‘Breakfast Juice’ and Tea or Coffee.

Guests may choose from each of the following vegan gourmet dishes:

  • Vegetable Chef’s Forest (mushrooms and baby vegetables) with Zezette Bouillon (green sauce with a Paris mushroom base)

  • Vegan Pancake with Red Fruit

  • Sketch Sweet Wood (mushroom-shaped meringue, seasonal fruit, pistachio sponge cake)

  • Avocado Roll with Beans, Tomato & Bell Pepper

Fashion accounts for 33% of current factory manufacturing, and is the second largest industrial polluter. 75% of those employed in the global garment industry are women, and 98% do not receive a living wage. To understand how to make change happen, and in seeking a traceable and transparent supply chain we invite those who are shifting the face of the industry to discuss their ideas, from demanding human dignity and justice for workers to encouraging economies of scale within the ethical apparel industry to ensure that sustainable fashion is affordable, and not only accessible to the luxury market. From new and exciting tensiles, such as Pinatex and Singtex, to the timeless sophistication of linen and ancient fibres – and we ask the question, what is The Future of Fashion?



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