Beyond
 Green
 2010
The System
  of Fashion


AMSTERDAM, NOV 9TH, 2010
WHY ?


  3
WHO
THINKS...

    4
FASHION
  IS REALLY
INTERESTING

     5
FASHION
 IS REALLY
IMPORTANT

    6
SUSTAINABILITY
   IS REALLY
  IMPORTANT

      7
SUSTAINABILITY
   IS REALLY
 INTERESTING

      8
11
1
II



15
III



16
The biggest risk for
   our environment
 is that we all think
      someone else
          will save it
Yarn
                 Preparation       Spinning        Dyeing




                                               Fabric
 ...
> 10.000 km
> 3.500 Ltr
1:1
Clearly,
  something
has to change.
And why not
start that change
  Right here in
  Amsterdam ?
A Global Expertise Platform for
Craftsmanship & Sustainability
           in Denim
Jean School
Crafts School
‘Plant to Pant’
Master Course




                       Education




                  30
Blue Lab
Denim R&D Laboratory
Knowledge Institute
Expert Workshop




                               Research
            ...
Indigo Archive
Archive/Museum
Shop
Experience Center
Clubhouse




                         Entrepreneurship
             ...
Denim Union
Network & Events
For Denimheads
and Brands




                        Connections
                         & ...
Really?
    Amsterdam?
Change the System?
  Internationally?
Sorry, but
        YES, Really...

Jean School Pilot Course Starts
         Feb 8th 2011

Kindred spirits all the way from...
2
Thoughts
1
 Biggest Risk:
Someone Else
2
 Change =
Redefinition
Interested ?
Linked-in Group
40
Fronteer strategy presentation for beyond green nov 2010
Fronteer strategy presentation for beyond green nov 2010
Fronteer strategy presentation for beyond green nov 2010
Fronteer strategy presentation for beyond green nov 2010
Fronteer strategy presentation for beyond green nov 2010
Fronteer strategy presentation for beyond green nov 2010
Fronteer strategy presentation for beyond green nov 2010
Fronteer strategy presentation for beyond green nov 2010
Fronteer strategy presentation for beyond green nov 2010
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Fronteer strategy presentation for beyond green nov 2010

  1. 1. Beyond Green 2010
  2. 2. The System of Fashion AMSTERDAM, NOV 9TH, 2010
  3. 3. WHY ? 3
  4. 4. WHO THINKS... 4
  5. 5. FASHION IS REALLY INTERESTING 5
  6. 6. FASHION IS REALLY IMPORTANT 6
  7. 7. SUSTAINABILITY IS REALLY IMPORTANT 7
  8. 8. SUSTAINABILITY IS REALLY INTERESTING 8
  9. 9. 11
  10. 10. 1
  11. 11. II 15
  12. 12. III 16
  13. 13. The biggest risk for our environment is that we all think someone else will save it
  14. 14. Yarn Preparation Spinning Dyeing Fabric Sewing & Assembling Cutting Garment Weaving Laundry Presentation Treatments Sales Treatment
  15. 15. > 10.000 km
  16. 16. > 3.500 Ltr
  17. 17. 1:1
  18. 18. Clearly, something has to change.
  19. 19. And why not start that change Right here in Amsterdam ?
  20. 20. A Global Expertise Platform for Craftsmanship & Sustainability in Denim
  21. 21. Jean School Crafts School ‘Plant to Pant’ Master Course Education 30
  22. 22. Blue Lab Denim R&D Laboratory Knowledge Institute Expert Workshop Research Information Craftsmanship 31
  23. 23. Indigo Archive Archive/Museum Shop Experience Center Clubhouse Entrepreneurship Craftsmanship 32
  24. 24. Denim Union Network & Events For Denimheads and Brands Connections & Events 33
  25. 25. Really? Amsterdam? Change the System? Internationally?
  26. 26. Sorry, but YES, Really... Jean School Pilot Course Starts Feb 8th 2011 Kindred spirits all the way from Pakistan are HERE today 35
  27. 27. 2 Thoughts
  28. 28. 1 Biggest Risk: Someone Else
  29. 29. 2 Change = Redefinition
  30. 30. Interested ? Linked-in Group
  31. 31. 40

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