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Swedish expo in Manila focuses on fashion sustainability

Swedish expo in Manila focuses on fashion sustainability

The Embassy of Sweden in the Philippines recently launched a three-month-long exhibition to highlight the former’s active role in promoting environmental sustainability in fashion, an industry known for its polluting traits. The exhibition is curated and produced by the Swedish Institute with the help of researchers and sustainable fashion experts. 

Swedish Ambassador to the Philippines Harald Fries launched the exhibition on January 30 at the Metropolitan Museum of Manila. 

The ‘Fashion Revolution: The Future of Textiles’ exhibition focuses on the fashion industry’s major environmental challenges, showcases his country’s solutions, and guides consumers to contribute effectively to a more sustainable world, according to media reports in the Philippines. 

The exhibition is supported by major Swedish brands such as H&M Philippines, BabyBjorn and Houdini Sportswear. 

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