Programme

CETI Training Camp – Paris
Season Autumn/Winter 2017
From November 29th to December 1st, 2017 

The metamorphosis of textiles for an environmentally sustainable future


DAY 1 (Wednesday 29th November)

CIRCULAR ECONOMY IN THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY & SUSTAINABLE FASHION By Gema GOMEZ – Slow Fashion Next

09h00-12h30

Key points about Sustainable Fashion:

  • What does it mean? It’s the moment?
  • Circular Economy vs. Linear Economy (review of what they saw the day before).
  • « Scale » Concept when we talk about sustainability.

New types of consumers: Responsible consumer/ Early adopter consumer/ Prosumer consumer/ Guilty-free consumer

New Markets, New Ideas: Diversity, Creativity, Small business Entrepreneurs with great ideas

  • Sustainable Materials and Processes
  • Certifications and Standards that assure us « clean » productions
  • Packaging, logistics and retail
  • Pedagogy for a Consumption and Sustainable use of clothing
  • Innovative Materials

12h30-13h30 – Lunch

13h30-17h30 

Big brands and their sustainable strategies

The role of sustainable processes and materials for this emerging new industry.Fabrics Workshop with real material from different suppliers: Key concepts applied to each subject to understand their greater or lesser sustainability.

20h00 – 22h00 Diner

 


DAY 2 (Thursday 30st November)

09h00-12h00 Training course:

SETTING UP AN ECO-DESIGN PRODUCT
By Vanessa PASQUET –  CD2e

  • Principles of Eco-design
  • Product Life Cycle Analysis
  • Environmental labelling

12h30-14h00 – Lunch in the “Marais”

14h00-18h00 Training course:

COLLABORATIVE ECO-DESIGN
By Marlène Augereau –  Fashion Ingeneer, CETI

Take-up a challenge/ Identifying the innovative & differentiating elements of a sustainable solution

18h30-20h00 – Cocktail

 


DAY 3 (Friday 1st December)

10h00-11h30 GUIDED TOUR

CHRISTIAN DIOR, COUTURIER DU RÊVE
ExhibitionMusée des arts décoratifs – Rue du Louvre

12h30 – 14h00 Lunch

14h00 – 18h00 Training course

FIBERS AND SUSTAINABILITY, by Pascal Denizart, CEO – CETI

  • Fibers evaluation regarding respect of the Environment
  • Solutions to increase sustainability : Bio-based polymers and friendly environmental fibers
  • Highlighting outstanding textile industry initiatives: improving the sustainability of cotton textiles and improving the sustainability of man- made fibres (Man-made cellulosic fibres or Synthetics)
  • Re-engineering the textile processes, labelling
  • Upcycling initiatives

VIP Interview/ Sustainable strategies and projects by Michel Lopez – SNCF, France

 

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