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Moving Towards Greater Circularity in Textiles

Megan Wery July 5, 2022

Textile production accounts for 1.2 billion tons of CO2 annually. In order to achieve true and transparent sustainability, environmental and social priorities in the fashion industry require innovation and change now. Circularity in the fashion industry provides an opportunity to design with purpose, resource efficiency, and good ethics. This shift will require new innovations and systems in material, supply chain, and consumerism. Join us in this discussion about what’s on the horizon for closing the loop in the textile industry, including the industry’s greatest challenges and pain points on the path to decarbonization and where overlooked opportunities exist along the value chain.


Fireside Chat (3 speakers maximum)

Meta Themes

  • Reimagine Systems


Circular Economy, Net Zero Transition, Decarbonization

Purpose and Desired Outcome

To share insights on the shift towards circularity in the textile industry, both challenges and opportunities that are on the horizon.


  • Allocators (Family Offices, HNW Individuals, Foundations)

  • Asset Managers

  • Corporate & SME

  • Entrepreneurs

  • Academia


  • NameStacey Fruitman
  • TitleFounder
  • OrganizationStyle with Substance Ventures
  • StatusConfirmed
  • NameKarla Mora
  • TitleManaging Partner
  • OrganizationAlante Capital
  • StatusInvited
  • NameMyra Arshad
  • TitleCEO, Co-Founder
  • OrganizationAlt Tex
  • StatusInvited
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