Driving responsible action

Three years into the critical decade in the fight against climate change, the fashion retail industry came together to learn how fashion retail can action change for a responsible future.

From implementing truly circular models to understanding upcoming legislation that aims to transform the industry, we tackled the topics that are redefining sustainability in fashion retail. The day was packed with content, insights, honesty and collaboration, creating an opportunity to galvanise the industry through a shared - critical - goal. We came together on the 28 March 2023 at Kings Place, London to explore new ways for the industry to push the boundaries within this urgent challenge.



We were delighted to collaborate with Textiles2030 as our official charity partner in 2023. Textiles 2030 is WRAP’s award-winning, ground-breaking initiative, harnessing the knowledge and expertise of UK leaders in sustainability to accelerate the UK fashion and textiles industry towards a circular economy. The voluntary agreement builds on the learning and success of the Sustainable Clothing Action Plan (SCAP 2020) and aims to engage the majority of UK fashion and textiles organisations in collaborative climate action.

Register your interest below to be part of the conversations in 2024.

Drapers Sustainable Fashion Awards

Thanks to the success of last year’s Drapers Sustainable Fashion Awards, it’s back for 2023 – bigger and better – taking place on May 25 at The Brewery.

You can now book your table to be part of the celebrations, find out more below.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Through intimate discussions, panels, networking, and fireside chats, we seek to align businesses to join us and connect with those looking to build a better industry. We can provide bespoke packages to enable you to reach your goal.

If you are interested in being involved in 2024, please contact Victoria Clubley on victoria.clubley@emap.com to discuss your business objectives and find the right solution for you.

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