ReMode, the premier event for disruptive and sustainable fashion, is making its message global by livestreaming video of conference programming, available to viewers around the world. Over the two-day event, which takes place in Los Angeles this week, a livestream of speaker sessions, panel discussions and presentations will be available on the ReMode website.
ReMode has partnered with universities, colleges, and non-profit organisations around the world including London, Paris, and Hong Kong to ensure that its conference programming – focused on changing the fashion industry for good – reaches the largest audience possible.
“ReMode may be happening in Los Angeles, but it’s really a global platform to share ideas and inspire and learn from each other,” said ReMode founder and fashion entrepreneur Pierre-Nicolas Hurstel. “It’s important that our content and programming are available to the next generation of designers, creators and changemakers, wherever they are around the world, as they are the ones who will be building the future of the fashion industry.”
Connecting the industry
ReMode has connected with international educational institutions including London College of Fashion; Miami’s Instituto Marangoni; Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, Los Angeles; Fashion Institute of Technology, New York; Parsons School of Design, New York; and Institut Français de la Mode in Paris.
These fashion, design, and technology schools will be sharing ReMode’s livestream video content with their students around the globe. Select schools are also hosting live viewing sessions and streaming parties, ensuring that students and future fashion industry influencers have access to ReMode’s content and programming as an educational platform.
“IFM is always eager for tools that help us understand the future of the fashion industry. We are excited to stream ReMode and help take its content global,” said Lucas Delattre, Head of Communications, Media and Digital Technology at Paris’ Institut Français de la Mode.
Students at colleges and universities across Canada, including the Ryerson School of Fashion, George Brown College, Fanshawe College and the University of Waterloo, will have access to ReMode’s livestream through a partnership with Fashion Takes Action, a Canadian non-profit working alongside the fashion industry and consumers to shift global behavior toward more positive social and environmental impacts.
Livestream viewers will be able to watch and listen to keynote sessions from industry leaders such as Everlane Founder and CEO Michael Preysman, Allbirds Co-founder and Co-CEO Joey Zwillinger and Rebecca Minkoff, Co-founder and Creative Director of Rebecca Minkoff, as they discuss sustainability, innovation, growth and disruption in the fashion industry.
ReMode will feature more than 75 sessions and workshops designed to equip fashion professionals with the knowledge and resources they need to grow their businesses in a responsible and sustainable way. The event will also feature 3D cinematic experiences, immersive art installations and unique concept shops highlighting the latest in ethical fashion and sustainable materials.
Event programming will address topics such as artificial intelligence in fashion, omnichannel retailing, sustainable production, circular fashion and financing. Scheduled speakers include senior executives from established and emerging fashion brands and retailers, sustainability advocates, venture capital firms, and global technology companies.