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Initiative created to empower through fashion. the community of Cidade Tiradentes, located in the far east of Sao Paulo.


Fashion Revolution (Fernanda Simon)

Instituto Febre (Eloisa Artuso), Fashion Revolution (Dandara Valadares e Isabella Luglio)

Elisa Tupiná

Initiative created to develop collaboratively with seamstresses a zero waste garment collection, using raw material from recovered umbrellas. The launch talked about regeneration, body diversity and reinforced LGBTQIA+ visibility. 


Itiana Pasetti (Revoada)

Trama Afetiva (Jackson Araújo), Casa Salô (Lívia Salomoni)

Maos Amigas (cooperative of seamstresses from the Rubem Berta community, on the outskirts of Porto Alegre), Botao de Flor (a social inclusion project with sustainable fashion and upcycling practices for trans women and travestis experiencing homelessness in Sao Paulo), MARSHA! (a collective for artistic, educational, emotional, and political production by trans people and travestis from Sao Paulo).


Vetor Afro Indígena da Moda (VAMO), Rafael Silvério

Initiative created to address and monitor the Public Policy axis in the year 2019. This Ad hoc Committee played a crucial role in the development of the Governance Instruments of Lab Moda Sustentavel and in understanding the cross-cutting nature of the theme. In the second half of 2020, the Committee was discontinued, and the theme was integrated to other transformative axes and their initiatives.

Colabora Moda Sustentável

Initiative created to train leaders and managers around essential topics related to the Brazilian reality: race, racism, racial discrimination, racial prejudice, racial equality, and affirmative action. 


The Decent Work Institute (ITD) (Patricia Lima)

Instituto C&A, Casa Salô (Lívia Salomoni),, Cora Design (Laura Madalosso, Raquel Chamis)

This initiative was created to understand how small businesses can access the market collectively, promote and disseminate best market access practices for collective businesses, seamstresses, and small garment factories via discussion groups. It was built based on discussions from the Small Businesses and Supply Chain Base Front, which emerged in response to the pandemic from April 2020.


Aliança Empreendedora (Cristina Filizzola), Estilistas Brasileiros (Cris Chiara)

ABIT (Camila Zelezoglo), ABVTEX (Edmundo Lima), Alampyme (Sergio Miletto), Better Cotton Initiative (João Rocha), Fundação Hermann Hering (Amélia Malheiros), Instituto Alinha (Dari Santos), Instituto E (Nina Braga), Revoada ( Itiana Pasetti), SEBRAE Nacional (Anny dos Santos), Vetor Afro Indígena na Moda (Rafael Silvério)

Iniciativa criada com o objetivo de difundir conhecimento acerca das práticas indígenas sustentáveis e pedagógicas para instituições de ensino de Moda.


Julia Vida (Éwà Poranga)

Instituto E (Nina Braga)

Flavia Aranha

The initiative’s goal was to create the podcast “Ultima Moda”, to deconstruct the development model that guides the fashion industry, as well as to understand the challenges and find alternative paths towards more sustainable production and consumption standards. It includes the development and script of a first season with 5 episodes.


Febre, Eloisa Artuso

Raphael Erichsen (Febre); Luisa "Lovefoxxx" Matsushita (Cantora), Cristiana Katagiri (artista plástica)

Initiative created with the purpose of integrating agendas related to sustainability in fashion into the curricula of professional courses offered by SENAI all over Brazil.


Technology Center for the Chemical and Textile Industries of SENAI - SENAI CETIQT (Marcelo Ramos)

he Brazilian Textile and Apparel Industry Association - Abit (Camila Zelezoglo), the National Service for Industrial Training - SENAI SAO PAULO (Dilara Rubia Pereira), the Textile Industry Union of Pernambuco (Oscar Augusto Ferreira), UFO WAY (Grasiela Moretto)

Initiative based on the lessons learned and the pivoting of other initiatives (“Cosmovisions x Fashion” and “The Untold Fashion History”) to rescue the origins of Brazilian fashion identities, by teaching a diverse and nonhierarchical fashion. 


Julia Vidal

Cora Design (Laura Madalosso e Raquel Chamis), Coletivo Sartasiñani /Tramando Junt@s, Nossa Moda Sustenta