Can you commit to sustainability while designing clothing and how can the fashion industry and consumers strike the balance for more responsible choices?

Luxury fashion designer Mark Kenly Domino Tan is known for his sense of craftsmanship in textiles and tailoring and has dressed celebrities including Lady Gaga and the Crown Princess of Denmark. In a conversation with Kristina May, he reveals his perspectives on responsible fashion. From his experience at Dior and Balenciaga to launching his own brand, he explores the challenge of designing responsibly sourced, timeless pieces that redefine the relationship between clothing and the wearer. Emphasizing beauty, durability, and expressive adaptability, he contends that real change requires both brands and consumers to commit to specialization.

In the second part of the episode, you can listen to the panel's input as Katherine Richardson, Morten Grubak, Clare McNally, Mie Levi Fenger, and Kristina May discuss the topic further to explore solutions.

The Panel:

Katherine Richardson, Professor, Leader of the Sustainability Science Centre at the University of Copenhagen

Morten Grubak, VP of Creative Direction at Zalando and IODF Development Board Member at the Institute of Digital Fashion

Clare McNally, Creative Director and Copywriter at McNally Unlimited

Mie Levi Fenger, Head of Business Growth at Valified

Kristina May, Branding Strategist, Podcast Host and Founding Partner of AM Copenhagen


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