FROZEN CATWALK | Mote- og sportsbransjen i klima-kick-off

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Art and couture will challenge fast fashions culture and throw away society. The huge footprint of sport and fashion industry frozen in time to rethink how the industry can make an impact in the future of sustainability.

Frozen catwalk is an exhibition where the catwalk freeze in a moment of reflect ion to discuss climate and environmental actions based on the Paris agreement. How can the industry change and become more sustainable ? How can the Norwegian fashion industry go forefront and provide path ways for tomorrow’s des igners? How can the cons umers contribute? We want to discuss the entire circular value of chain , from raw materials, prod uctions, culture and use – reuse – recycle in a bigger scale.


Program starts at 18:30 / 6:30 pm

18:30 Frozen catwalk run exhibition

19:00 Presentation of the Paris Charter on Fashion & Climate

19:20 Representatives from the industry reflects on pathways for action

20:00 Break and signage

20:30 Panel conversation challenging the change in the industry

21:15 Signage on the Paris Charter on Fashion & Climate . A call to action.

21:30 Mingling. Time to move at 22:00



Norwegian Couture

Rebeca Rebeca

Vera & William

Marianne Mørck Design

Better World Fashion

Houdini Sportswear

PARURES Collection


PROGRAM 19:00 – 22:00


19:00 – 19:20 Paris Charter on Fashion & Climate

Presentation of the Paris Charter – a call for action and reaction from the fashion world of Paris and Europe. Presentation by Isabelle Quéhé, Founder of Universal Love


19:20 – 20:00 Pathways to action for a sustainable fashion industry. Short introductions

Companies in the industry explaining why and how they support a sustainable fashion industry.


(8 min) How can fast fashion industry speed up for the green future? 

Joakim Varner, owner and leader, Varner, one of Scandinavia’s leading textile companies,


(8 min) Circularity now. Let us do it together 

Reimer Ivang, Founder of Better World Fashion and Professor at the University of Aalborg – world – fashion


(8 min) Using less and consumers as solutions.

Ingun Klepp, scientist at SIFO, OsloMet, Consumption Research Norway:


(8 min) The resources of nature and materials from the Ocean

Marianne Mørck, designer Mørch design, http://morck –


(8 min) All the way to composting worn out clothing 

Josef Nyström Baksaas, Pathfinder Houdini Sportwear,



20:00 – 20:30 Mingling and signing the Paris Charter


20:30 – 21:15 Challenging the change in the industry

Panellist conversation and questions from the audience. Moderator: Simen Knudsen


21:15 – 21:30 Sign and restart for a green sport and fashion future


22:00 Time to move!


Illustration: Rebeca Rebec,

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