Founder & Director, The Sustainable Angle: Future Fabrics Expo
Social Impact Member
“I am a conduit for sustainability in the fashion industry, helping brands to locate tools, materials and system thinking by introducing them to the best practice innovative mills and suppliers of materials.”
I’M PASSIONATE ABOUT
I am passionate about sustainability in design and fashion, climate impact and climate positivity through the fashion supply chain.
YOU CAN HELP ME BY
By connecting me with family foundations who may want to support us so we can keep expanding our educational work, develop tools to green the fashion industry such as our Future Fabrics Expo, and expand our work for academia (which is always underfunded).
ABOUT NINA MARENZI
While Nina was researching for her dissertation, ‘Organic Cotton: Reasons Why the Fashion Industry is Dragging its Heels’, for her MSc in Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development at Imperial College, she interviewed numerous fashion designers, representatives of the textiles industry, and NGOs. As a result, the need for a curated sustainable textiles showcase became apparent and the Future Fabrics Expo was born. Nina has previously worked as a consultant on various environmental policy initiatives, and set up The Sustainable Angle in 2010 to initiate and support projects aimed at reducing the environmental impact of industry.
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