Sustainable Angle’s Future Fabrics Expo 9½

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This year’s Sustainable Angle’s Future Fabrics Expo 9½ will be a virtual event, due to the usual Covid-19 restrictions, running from 22nd June to 2nd July 2021. The 10th-Anniversary Future Fabrics Expo is still planned to go ahead in London later this year.

This event will be your essential sustainable sourcing location, providing a display of products, info, provider insights, recommendations, and networking occasions. Aimed at supporting fashion and style experts looking to source sustainably and responsibly produced fabrics and products. All supported with academic and educational displays.

You will discover a range of materials that have been carefully produced to reduce social and environmental impact. They also strive to be regenerative and safe whilst aiming to have a minimal impact on the planet and a positive impact on the people.

This extraordinary Future Fabrics Expo 9 1/2 London edition will likewise include online discussions, workshops, and masterclasses with partners, specialists, and leaders in the industry of Sustainable Fashion, however, some talks may be hosted in the Future Fabrics showroom, COVID-19 guidelines permitting.

Please contact if you would like more details on how to show at the event or go to the Sustainable Angles website to find out more information on how to attend.

The Sustainable Angle is a not-for-profit organisation and creator of the #FutureFabricsExpo. We start and support tasks with a focus on sustainability in Fashion and Textiles and associated markets such as food and farming. The Future Fabrics Expo is the biggest devoted display of internationally sourced, commercially readily available sustainably and properly produced materials and products.

Jon Mitchell
Originally from Brighton, UK. Jon graduated with a BA (Hons) Menswear Fashion Design Degree. He's worked as a Senior Sportswear Designer for Puma, Football Kit Designer at Umbro, Streetwear designer at Bench, Technical Outdoorwear Designer at Regatta Outdoors, and Denim designer at Next. Freelance clients in his portfolio include Adidas, Ellesse, Timberland and Ecko Unltd. Now residing in the beautiful village of Marsden, in the West Yorkshire countryside. Jon set up J Mitchell Design in 2017 which quickly gained a reputation as one of the UK's leading fashion design studios winning the award for Best Men's Fashion Design Studio UK 2019. JMitchellDesign has helped create and launch multi-product fashion start-up brands across sportswear, activewear, equestrian, lifestyle, and performance sectors. Along with his team of sustainable sourcing experts, Jon is working on sustainable projects to help change the destructive nature of the fashion industry. Visit his website or email him at to find out more.

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