February 01, 2021

The future of fashion inclusion: Trousers edition with Sophie Morgan, So Yes Adaptive Clothing, Christina Stephens Shop

Welcome to the third global online conference about the future of fashion inclusion. This time Samanta Bullock, Nancy Connor and Angela Bianchi will have an interesting and entertaining talk with Sofie Ternest and Jessie Provoost founders of So Yes Adaptive Clothing, Jessie Sadler founder of Christina Stephens e-commerce and tv presenter and activist Sophie Morgan.

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We will be investigating, together with the public joining us, their successful and inspiring stories, the challenges they faced and their vision towards a future more inclusive fashion industry.

 

Discover our stars through their instagram profiles:

So Yes https://www.instagram.com/so_yes_adaptive_clothing/

Christina Stephens https://www.instagram.com/shopchristinastephens/

Sophie Morgan https://www.instagram.com/sophlmorg/

and our hosts:

Samanta Bullock https://www.instagram.com/samantabullock/

Nancy Connor https://www.instagram.com/smartadaptiveclothing/

Angela Bianchi https://www.instagram.com/angelabianchivirgoimage/

Join us!

https://www.eventbrite.it/e/the-future-of-fashion-inclusion-trousers-edition-tickets-136717428509



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