On Fashion Revolution Day join California College of Arts, the Levi Strauss Foundation and Remake for the San Francisco premiere of Made in Cambodia, a film short by Asad Faruqi, the cinematographer for Oscar winning documentary short ‘A Girl in the River’ and ‘Saving Face.’ In the film, follow three fashion design students as they embark on a life changing journey to Cambodia to experience the day-to-day lives of the invisible women behind our fashion.
Keynote: Hear from fashion disruptor Paul Dillinger (Head of Global Product Innovation at Levi Strauss & Company) on the future of ethical fashion.
Panel Discussion: Learn how the Remake Journey to Cambodia, recently featured on NBC, has forever changed three graduating fashion students’ lives and affected their view on the fashion industry.
Reception: Immediately following the film screening and panel discussion, we welcome you to a reception to meet the panelists over wine and hors d’oeuvres
Paul Dillinger, Head of Global Product Innovation and Premium Collection Design for Levi Strauss & Company, who leads the company’s sustainable product design and innovation.
Rachel Faller, Founder and Creative Director of Tonlé, a leader in Cambodia’s fashion industry who has built the country’s first zero-waste fair fashion line.
Ruby Veridiano, Fashion Correspondent, whose mission is to empower women and merge fashion with social change. She covers the ethical fashion beat for NBC News and Mic.com.
Eleanor Amari, Content Manager of Remake, is the millennial face of Remake who directs their digital content, uniting style and ethics to grow Remake’s conscious consumer movement.
John Bauernfeind, Chair of Fashion Design and Associate Professor of Fashion at California College of the Arts, who is committed to CCA’s leadership in sustainability.
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