15 INNOVATIONS SET TO CHANGE THE FASHION INDUSTRY?

Fashion for Good-Plug and Play accelerator announces third batch of start-ups

19 March 2018

AMSTERDAM– From biodegradable glitter to fabrics made from seaweed or orange fibres – these are the next generation innovators that will be supported by the Fashion for Good-Plug and Play Accelerator.


As of today, fifteen selected start-ups will follow a robust curriculum over the next twelve weeks including mentorship from the Accelerator’s partners adidas, C&A, Galeries Lafayette, Kering, Target and Zalando, with the aim to transform the fashion industry for good.

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