Fashion Futures 2030
What is it?
Fashion Futures 2030 is a toolkit to explore possible fashion futures to encourage actions and incorporation of new sustainable agendas in fashion practices. The Toolkit “offers guided learning activities, supporting materials and downloadable worksheets for educators to bring future scenarios to life.”
Focus on creative thinking, the design process and practice.
The toolkit is co-created by researchers from the Centre for Sustainable Fashion, London College of Fashion, UAL, Forum for the Future and funded by the C & A foundation. Launched in 2019.
The platform “provides everything needed to plan and run a full day workshop, or to adapt, develop and deliver a short activity; conversely, it can be applied as a full module.”
The Four scenarios:
Scenario 1: Living with Less - NATURE-BASED AND GLOBALLY CONNECTED
Scenario 2: Hyper Hype - TECHNOLOGY PACED AND ECONOMICALLY STIMULATED
Scenario 3: Safty Race - REGIONALLY LOCATED AND CULTURALLY FRAGMENTED
Scenario 4: Chaos embrace - PEOPLE-CENTRED AND GOVERNANCE RE-INVENTED
Toolkits for business: 1 hour workshop and 1 day workshop along with workshop assets.
“Fashion Futures 2030 toolkits are of relevance to those teaching and working in fashion across a range of design, business and media roles and courses.” These learning activities have been designed for fashion students across design, media and business courses.”
Target group: Students, Tutors, Designers, Buyers, Merchandisers, Technicians, Journalists, Sustainable specialists, Media producers.
How it connects to the Pillars
Elements related to the four pillars can be identified across the scenarios
Activities on Fashion Futures website