Recorded at World Retail Congress 2019, The Retail Exchange talks exclusively to Daan Ubachs, founder of Dutch-based sustainable fashion label Unrobe. He discusses the growing consumer shift away from fast fashion with host Ben Bland, and explains brand’s mission to dress people by ‘undressing’ the fashion industry.
The practices of the fast fashion industry are coming under increased scrutiny right now. Pressure is growing for brands to operate in ways which are more ethical and also reduce their impact on the environment. One brand that is intent on proving that there is a better way is Dutch clothing label Unrobe. A new sustainable fashion brand, it’s mission is to dress people by ‘undressing’ the fashion industry – liberating it from its bad habits.
Host Ben Bland caught up with the brand’s founder, Daan Ubachs for an exclusive interview, to discuss why there has never been a better, or more important time, for change. Recorded at World Retail Congress 2019.
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