Do Epic Good & Fashion4Change’s Debut Film Premiere’s At UN

Catwalk to Creation trailer

Fashion4Change’s highly anticipated docuseries #Catwalk2Creation, directed and produced by award-winning duo Charney Magri​ and Ramzi Moutran, shown for the first time at the United Nations (UN) General Assembly last week is almost ready to launch. Watch the trailer here to get a sneak preview on what's to come. #CatwalktoCreation is the journey of two sustainable garments, in reverse. By following the supply chain, uncovering what happens behind the campaigns that Charney Magri and Ramzi Moutran have spent much of their careers shooting, they aim to raise awareness in the fashion industry to create positive change. In this particular series the creative partners focus in on the environmental side; one episode looking at synthetics & natural fibres, the other a next-gen solution. Catwalk to Creation will be release this October on this Facebook page. Stay tuned for the date. For more information on how you can learn more, take action or become apart of the conversation follow these links: http://www.candafoundation.org/https://annualreport.candafoundation.org/2017/cover https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sCSn2HKTg-U www.woolmark.comwww.woolmarkprize.com http://canopyplanet.org/https://www.lenzing.com/en/ .......@candafoundation @thewoolmarkcompany @carvedinblue @canopyplanet @greatgunstv @globalfashionexchange @joinourco @britishfashioncouncil @mrpatrickduffy @doepicsh_t @bodicebodice @marahoffman @fash_rev @littlebigproductions @ellenmacarthurfoundation @dianaolifirovadop @CovingtonLLP #CatwalktoCreation #C2C #F4C #ethicalfashion #sustainablefashion #fashion #sustainability #environment #green#environmental #changemaker #change#makingachange #ecofashion #sustainable#EthicallyMade #InstaFashion #BeTheChange#UNGA #UnitedNations #SDGLive #SDG2030 #RoleModels #RoleModelsforSocialGood

Posted by Fashion 4 Change on Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Do Epic Good and Fashion4Change’s docuseries ‘Catwalk to Creation’ has been shown for the first time at the United Nations (UN). Fashion4Change’s co-founder, Charney Magri and the founder and CCO of boutique agency Do Epic Sh*t, Ramzi Moutran, directed and produced the series.

At the UN, the series was showed to an audience comprising Global Members of State and fashion industry leaders. On the occasion, Mr Magri, who has over 20 years’ experience within the sector, was also invited to moderate a discussion on role models for social good.

‘Catwalk to Creation’ aligns with the UN’s Sustainable Development Agenda and focuses on the reverse journey of sustainable garments – from the finished piece on the catwalk to its original design.

“It is such an honor to have ‘Catwalk to Creation’ shown at the UN headquarters in New York. Charney and I wanted to help to lead the conversation on sustainable fashion, so that it’s at the forefront, common practice within the industry, rather than just a buzzword. The factories featured are forerunners for sustainable fashion and great examples of best practice,” Mr Moutran said.

Footage in the series includes fashion production factories in Austria and India, which only use recycled, natural and next gen solution materials – among them the Geetanjali Woollen mill in Mumbai, responsible for saving on average 10.5 million tonnes of textiles from landfill per year. The films also feature interviews with industry insiders including the British Fashion Council’s CEO, Caroline Rush CBE, and the founder of the Ellen MacArthur foundation, Dame Ellen MacArthur.

“Through Catwalk to Creation we are aiming to highlight the importance of sustainability. Our mission is to prove why we need to design for a lifetime, not a season. This initiative provides consumers with the much-needed transparency behind the scenes look at the industry. We are honored to have ‘Catwalk to Creation’ shown at the UN – we strongly believe in and are committed to achieving sustainability across the board and are glad our docuseries will be a part of history,” Mr Magri added.

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