Circular Fashion Program Manager
Lauren Boucher is part of the Circular Fashion team at NGO Redress, fighting to tackle textile waste and pollution in the fashion industry. The Circular Fashion team runs consumer education campaigns like clothing collection drives, pop-up shops and Get Redressed Month, as well as school education programmes, to raise awareness of critical environmental challenges in the fashion industry and provide solutions to keep clothes in use for longer. Lauren’s background is in intellectual property law and advertising law. She sees fashion as an important vehicle for self-expression and wants to help spread the word about how we can enjoy fashion in a more sustainable way.
Redress is a pioneering environmental charity, working to prevent and transform textile waste to catalyse a circular economy – reducing fashion’s water, chemical and carbon footprints. Their programs work to change mindsets and practices to stop the creation of textile waste now and in the future, as well as creating systems and partnerships that generate and showcase the value in existing waste.
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