The Textiles Circularity Centre explained that Regenerative Fashion Hub exhibition has been designed to engage public, industry, NGOs and government in discussion and knowledge-exchange.

The exhibition will host talks, open house sessions, policy workshops and research activities.

According to the Textiles Circularity Centre, there are three key metrics at the heart of the exhibition:

  • Interact with change makers through a series of talks and discussions on important issues relating to textile circularity.
  • Experience new ways to interact with materials and each other in the fashion system.
  • Engage in innovative research, and discover how you can become a change maker. Environmental sustainability is a team effort, so it is vital that people from all sections of society participate (citizen-consumers, fashion brands, retailers, materials producers and start-ups, garment repairers and upcyclers, and waste collectors). 

The Textiles Circularity Centre said: “We are researching a new approach to fashion that cuts down on waste and pollution, and boosts economic fairness, personal fulfilment, community bonds, and environmental health. It’s all about making fashion better for people and the planet.”

The exhibition will also organise Public Open House sessions from 23-29 February and 1, 2, 9, 16 and 20 March 2024.

The exhibition will host several research studies and workshops, including: Consumer Experience: Augmented Reality and Bio-based Textiles study; Workshop: Exploring novel technologies for extending the life of materials; and Research study: Drivers and Barriers to Circular Supply Chains for Clothing; among others.

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The UKRI Interdisciplinary Textiles Circularity Centre is a four year research programme to realise a future circular textiles economy for the UK SME apparel-fashion industry based on bio waste. It is shaped by people’s participation in materials circularity, consumer experience and supply chain.

The Textiles Circularity Centre launched in 2021, aiming to turn post-consumer textiles, crop residues and household waste into renewable materials for use in textiles to catalyse growth in UK manufacturing and the creative industries.