A host of vegan fashion and beauty experts will talk about how their industries at an upcoming event in east London.
The event is part of the Vevolution Topics series of monthly events, during which plant-based pioneers come together to discuss the role of the vegan movement in re-shaping our culture.
The other speakers at the event - which will take place on July 10 at the Trampery near Old Street - include Natalie Dean, Founder of Beyond Skin, Ella Grace Denton + Jemma Finch, Founders of Stories Behind Things, William and Anna Brightman, Founders of Optiat, and Em-J Williams, Founder of Em-J Makeup.
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The speakers will consider the impact their respective industries have had on the Earth - as well as look at how it can improve in the future.
"Ethical is the new black," says event organizers. "Fashion is one of the ultimate expressions of personality but historically the fashion industry has taken a heavy toll on the earth.
"At this event hear from people challenging this industry to be better for animals and the environment."
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