Cultiva's Hemp Fashion Exhibits With Freedomee At The House Of Lords
The evening was organised by Francesca Giobbi and Samanta Bullock who invited a set of leading sustainable fashion designers to exhibit their products in Parliament. Amongst the show was CULTIVA CLOTHING (carbon capture material), KETSALI (zero waste fashion), PINKBAGS (locally sourced), DEAR OCEAN (community focused collection) and many more.
The exhibit was followed by a debate about the issues which surround the industry and how Freedomee is seen to solve some of these problems. The group encourage an level of transparency from product production, to the people who made the textiles and where materials are sourced. Each stage will be recorded with blockchain technology to collect information to help consumers make a better informed decision when purchasing an item.
“The choices you make when purchasing fashion are extremely important to changing the industry for the better. We believe in leading and forging a path to sustainable fashion. This is our contribution to a healthy planet. Join us.” - Francesca Giobbi
Samanta Bullock has been an inspiration to Laura, founder of the company. Her aspirations and achievements for ensuring a sector of the fashion industry which is built on community and encourages inclusivity. It is important that we remember that everyone needs clothes. She empowers designers to consider new elements such as disability and how this impact how your garment fits around your body. Her range of products includes jewellery, accessories to beauty products all focusing on inclusion.
Cultiva Clothing is happy to launch an exciting collaboration which will emerge with Samanta Bullock and her classic collection for inclusivity. Check out the store here.