Talks
Program

Panel debates that deal with identity, consumer behavior, environmental issues and gender roles in art & fashion! Lead by art & fashion culture historian, and columnist in Morgenbladet, Ragnhild Brochmann.

For this season’s Fushion Talks, we will address consumer mentality and sustainability: Is it possible to remain profitable by producing less clothes? Do we need social media to succeed professionally? In addition to this – clothes and communication: How aware are today’s politicians and artists in regard to what they choose to wear?


OPENING HOURS
11:00 - 19:00

15:00-15:25
Becoming New! – Consumer Mentality & Sustainability - Part 1

Linda Refvik
(CEO, Norwegian Fashion Hub & Project Manager, Tekstilaksjonen)
Runar Døving
(Social Anthropologist, consumption behavior)
and more.

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15:25-15:50
Becoming New! – Consumer Mentality & Sustainability - Part 2

Celine Aagard
(Founder & Creative Director, Envelope1976)
Pia Nordskaug
(Ecologic)
Ingrid Vik Lysne
(Influencer, reuse & redesign)
Christine Spiten
(Tech-entrepreneur, environmental advisor)

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15:50-16:05
Break

16:10-16:30
Do We Need Instagram to Succeed Professionally? 

- Instagram: Cheap Drug or Practical Work Tool?

Maria Pasenau
(Photographer and artist)
Pauline Krokeide
(Influencer and model)
Madeleine Holth
(Motejournalist)

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16:30-16:45
Break

16:50-17:30
Fashion, Politics, Responsibilities and Signals

Kamzy Gunaratnam
(Deputy Mayor, Oslo)
Yrja Oftedahl
(Power Ladies Podcast)
Anja Bakken Riise
(Future in our hands)

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