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THU 30/09 – FRI 1/10



On September 30th and October 1st FFFMILANO takes part at the launch event of Hub-e, an international hub for exchanging knowledge, best practices and inspiring cases of sustainable development.

Hub-e is an official Pre-COP26 event through the All4Climate – Italy 2021 movement promoted by the Italian Ministry of Ecological Transition in collaboration with Connect4Climate of the World Bank Group and with the participation of the Region of Lombardy and the Municipality of Milan. The project aims to promote the debate between institutions, companies, associations, entrepreneurs and citizens by sharing cases such as projects involving tribes from Amazonia and ethic supply chains to strategic methodologies for implementing a sustainability mindset change inside industries from different segments, all in pursue for balance between environmental, social and economic pillars to achieve real change.

FFFMILANO has always been committed in sustainability, aiming to become a platform where the audience can engage with current issues in the fashion industry and expand its sustainability’s culture. In fact, today fashion represents one of the most polluting industries in the world, affecting not only the environment, but also human lives in their workplace. Every year around 80 billion garments are produced worldwide, and unfortunately consumers know very little about who makes our clothes, or the toxic conditions that exist in the manufacturing of fashion.

On the occasion of the launch event of Hub-e, FFFMILANO presents a selection of meaningful films screened during the past festival’s editions in the special category “Best Green Fashion Film”.

Who made my clothes? by MJ Delaney

We got your back by Viktor Hertz

River Blue by David Mcilvride & Roger Williams

ETHETICS Episode 2: MDINGI COUTTS by Amber Moelter for Lukhanyo Mdingi & Nicholas Coutts

Risques by Thomas Gerard

The Unseen by William Farr & Jon Emmony

Allegory of water by Elena Petitti di Roreto

Why Story Mfg Travels 5,000 Miles for Craftsmanship by Jacopo Maria Cinti

Preservation of Hezhen Fish Skin Tradition Through Fashion Higher Education by Zhongjin Zhang

Made in Bangladesh by Rubaiyat Hossain