The best ethical fashion events happening in London for Fashion Revolution Week 2019

The best ethical fashion events happening in London for Fashion Revolution Week 2019

Fashion Revolution Week is one of the biggest campaigns of the year for the ethical and sustainable community.

Marking the collapse of the Rana Plaza in Bangladesh, which killed 1,138 and injured around 2,500 people – mostly garment workers – this is a global movement calling for greater transparency and better ethical and sustainable conditions in fashion supply chains.

Consumers will be asking brands #WhoMadeMyClothes, and there will be events online and around the world.

To help you plan your Fashion Revolution schedule, we’ve created a round up of the best ethical fashion events in London and online for Fashion Revolution 2019!


22nd April: #EthicalHour Twitter Chat
Organised by: Ethical Hour

#EthicalHour will be kicking off Fashion Revolution in style with a worldwide Twitter chat all about ethical fashion! We’ll be joined by leading ethical fashion brands, industry experts and consumers to discuss issues such as sustainable fabrics, supply chain transparency and the future of ethical fashion – and you can take part from the comfort of your own home!

Simply join the Twitter chat at 8pm UK time using the hashtag #EthicalHour to follow the conversation and get involved!

We’re currently looking for sponsors to feature in our social media and blog campaign, so if you’d like to align your brand to the ethical fashion message and reach our audience of over 55,000 ethical consumers and business owners, please email for more details.


22nd April: Going Green 2019
Organised by: Roberta Lee and Ethical Brand Directory

The Going Green online summit is back for 2019! After a successful launch last year, this online event will bring together an inspiring line up of changemakers including ethical investors, journalists, professors, sustainability experts for SMEs to large corporations, ethical business founders, Eco-designers, bloggers and influencers from across the UK, Europe and beyond.

Our founder Sian will return as a speaker this year to talk about overcoming green guilt in your journey to living more ethically and sustainably.

Tickets are available here.


24th April: The Future of Fair Fashion
Organised by: Know The Origin
75 Greek Street, Soho

The Future Of Fair Fashion panel will mark the anniversary of the Rana Plaza collapse by focussing on the hopeful future of ethical and sustainable garment production and discussing the practical changes necessary to make fair fashion an expected norm.

Panelists will include: Keeley Stocker, editor of Drapers, Christopher Stopes, UK representative of the Global Organisation of Textile Standards (GOTS), Sarah Ditty, Policy Director for Fashion Revolution and Mary Creagh MP, Former Chair of the Environmental Audits Committee.


25th April: Introduction to Plant Based Living Panel
Organised by: Know The Origin
35 – 37 Church Street, Marylebone

The Introduction To Plant Based Living workshop will be lead by a panel of people who have all embraced veganism in order to benefit their health and the world around them. Come and hear their stories, gain top tips and share advice, experience and recipes.

Panelists include: Zanna Van Dijk, fitness instructor, blogger and founder of the Living Consciously Crew, Max La Manna, zero-waste vegan chef from New York and founder of Eating With Max blog, Cait and Soph, founders of Cupcakes and Shhht, vegan cafe and cake wholesalers and Girls Who Grind Coffee.

Book your tickets here!


25th April: Fashion Open Studio x Sarabande
Organised by: Organiser Sarabande: The Lee Alexander McQueen Foundation
Sarabande Foundation, 22 Hertford Road, London

FASHION OPEN STUDIO is a worldwide showcasing initiative of interactive open studio events which takes place during Fashion Revolution Week. For the second time, this series of presentations, talks, openings and workshops will shine a light on innovative emerging designers, established trailblazers and major players, who are finding alternative ways of producing fashion that is mindful of the planet and its resources. It is part of the globally recognised #whomademyclothes initiative. The industry is looking for answers and it is the smaller brands who are finding innovative new ways of doing things.

Tickets available here.


26th April: Future Fashion Focus: LIVE Mastermind
Organised by: Ethical Hour and Where Does It Come From?
Museum of brands, Packing and Advertising, 111-117 Lancaster Road, London

For ethical fashion brands this is an important week to raise awareness and attract new customers. As the market for ethical clothes is growing, so are the competitors in this space.

Future Fashion Focus brings together industry leading experts for an afternoon of live training, business support and collaboration which will help independent ethical fashion businesses stand out in a sea of greenwashing, attract and convert more customers and use their good business practices as a competitive advantage.

If you’re starting or growing an ethical fashion brand, this event is a must attend!

Book your space here for just £40.


26th April: Be The Change Awards Celebration Event
Organised by: Ethical Hour and Where Does It Come From?
Museum of brands, Packing and Advertising, 111-117 Lancaster Road, London

Amazing things happen when good brands work together. Through collaboration, we can have an impact bigger than ourselves, and make a truly meaningful difference to the causes we care about. The Be The Change Awards were born out of the spirit of collaboration, and together we are creating a platform for independent brands to rise and thrive!

Join us for an evening of connection, collaboration and celebration as we bring together industry leaders from across the ethical and sustainable business world and showcase the amazing work being done by independent ethical businesses and changemakers.

This is a fantastic opportunity to connect with like-minded changemakers, experts and industry leaders.

Drinks reception kindly sponsored by Adnams. Tickets available here.


27th April: Ethical Brands for Fashion Revolution
Organised by: Ethical Hour and Where Does It Come From?
Museum of brands, Packing and Advertising, 111-117 Lancaster Road, London

The UK’s leading annual independent ethical fashion showcase returns to London for 2019, bringing together brands from across the UK, beautiful ethical fashion and industry leaders for inspiring panel talks and demonstrations.

This year will include talks on Tech For Good – exploring how technology like blockchain can clean up the fashion industry, The Future of Fabrics – highlighting innovations in sustainable materials, and Supply Chain Evolution, discussing the future of the Bangladesh Accord, modern slavery and more.

There will be traditional textile production demonstrations and talks on alterations, and plenty of opportunities to network, connect and shop with some of the UK’s best ethical fashion brands.

Tickets available here for the price of a Fairtrade coffee!


27th April: PebbleFest
Organised by: Pebble Magazine
Flat Iron Square, London

Pebble Magazine have launched their first eco-festival, bringing together talks, workshops, shopping opportunities, live music and good food from ethical brands, charities and social enterprises.

Highlights include talks on launching your own eco-brand, becoming an urban forager and a panel on “what you wish you knew about food waste” plus a secondhand clothes shop run by Traid.

Tickets can be purchased here.


27th April: The Future of Fashion and Ethical Practices
Organised by: No Planet B
Beyond Retro, Cheshire Street, Shoreditch

No Planet B and Beyond Retro are collaborating to create an evening of talks and panel discussions about the future of the fashion industry and how to support brands with ethical practices. There will also be stalls, vegan food and drink, live music and networking.

Tickets available here.


28th April: Fair Fashion Fair
Organised by: Betsy’s Closet Swap Shop
51 Philbeach Gardens, Kensington

It wouldn’t be Fashion Revolution without a clothes swap! A fun and affordable way to recycle your pre-loved clothes and get a wardrobe refresh.

At Fair Fashion Fair you’ll have the opportunity to exchange up to 5 preloved garments you no longer wear. There will also be surplus food cooked by Refettorio, inspiring presentations and a sustainable marketplace to enjoy!
More details here.


17th – 30th April: The Antidote to Fast Fashion Concept Store
Organised by: Lone Design Club
55 Baker Street, London

Get a glimpse behind the scenes into an exciting wave of 20+ independent fashion, accessories and lifestyle labels curated under one roof. Meet the designers, enjoy talks, supper clubs, workshops, in store styling sessions and happy hours during this series of immersive daily events. More details here.


16th – 29th April: Earth Day Season
Organised by: Somerset House
Somerset House, London

A fortnight of installations and events exploring creative responses to climate change. Somerset House celebrates Earth Day 2019 with an extended two-week programme bringing together leading artists for a series of large-scale installations and events. The programme explores different ways of engaging with climate change and sustainable living, from a major new courtyard commission, to hands-on workshops.


30th April: Sustainable & Ethical Fashion
Organised by: North London Sustainability Network
Millfield Arts Centre, Silver Street

Enjoy thought-provoking talks on what it means for you, or your business, to be ‘sustainable’ and ‘ethical’ while taking in short presentations from experts across the fashion sector.

In addition to talks and Q&A with a riveting mix of industry leaders and influencers, you’ll also be treated to a Catwalk show and get the opportunity to buy samples from those leading in the sustainable fashion and beauty fields!

A delicious British seasonal finger food & canapés menu (including meat, gluten-free, veggie and vegan) and organic beer & wine tasting will also be provided by eco cuisine.

Our Founder Sian is looking forward to speaking at this event too!
Book tickets here.


Ethical Brands For Fashion Revolution 2018


Know of an event that should be on our list? Please get in touch and we’ll add it to our schedule!

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