Kim Poldner officially launched the Circular Fashion Lab® on September 4th with the opening of the exhibition 'Fashioning the Future: Innovating textile value chains'. On September 3rd - on the occasion of 100 years WUR, she dressed Louise Fresco in a circular ensemble. Both events generated some media attention of which you can find an overview here:
On 4 September, Louise Fresco wrote an article about her journey of creating the most circular dress in Dutch newspaper NRC (in Dutch): Rupsvriendelijke jurk met ananaspump.
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On September 5, de Gelderlander (regional newspaper) dedicated an article on the opening of the exhibition (unfortunately there is no online version available).
On September 6, the WUR magazine Resource devoted its cover article to the work of the Circular Fashion Lab ®: Dirty laundry: Four ways of making the fashion industry more sustainable.
On September 8, Financieele Dagblad published Kim's vision on the opportunities of circularity for the fashion industry (in Dutch): Werkelijk duurzame mode
In September, the WUR alumni magazine Wageningen World published a cover story on circular fashion: Wearing fungus on your feet
On September 17, Kim was interviewed by national radio NPO about the future of fashion (in Dutch): De wereld van morgen: kleding van afval
On October 1, Trouw published an article on circular fashion (in Dutch): Geef verduurzaming een zetje: stel eens een vraag in een kledingwinkel
On November 7, an article was published in de Arnhemse Koerier (in Dutch): Kleding van vissenhuid of theebladeren