Sustainability in Fashion with Ted Baker and Pentland

25 February 2015 15:00 - 25 February 2015 16:00 Add to Calendar 25-02-2015 15:00:00 25-02-2015 16:00:00 36 Sustainability in Fashion with Ted Baker and Pentland Student Lounge: Regent's Marylebone Campus - 110 Marylebone Street DD/MM/YYYY

Join us for this exciting and unique opportunity to meet two industry specialists from Ted Baker and Pentland - the name behind some of the world’s best sports, outdoor and fashion brands.

This lecture will focus on the philosophy of sustainability in fashion including:

  • Pentland’s approach to corporate responsibility and ethical trade
  • Increasing focus on product sustainability with examples of what the leaders are doing
  • Brief review of the AW15 range and the planning behind it

With annual sales of $3 billion across 200 countries, Pentland own Berghaus, Canterbury of New Zealand, Speedo, Boxfresh, Brasher, Ellesse, KangaROOS, Mitre, Prostar and Red or Dead. They are the global licensee for Lacoste Chaussures, Ted Baker footwear, the UK licensee for Kickers, and are shareholders in Butterfly Twists and Hunter Boot. Pentland are also the majority owner of JD Sports Fashion plc.

This event will be hosted by Zoe Cokeliss, Corporate Responsibility and Governance Manager at Pentland, and Roger Smith, Head of Design at Ted Baker Shoes.

This event is now at maximum capacity.

Regent’s University London has no connection with Regent University of Virginia USA


Last updated: 17 April 2018

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