A wildly popular media platform and nationwide conference, The Sustainable Fashion Forum serves it’s attendees both on and offline as a destination for education, inspiration, and unrivaled community.
Since Brittany Sierra founded the sustainable fashion forum four years ago in Portland, it has developed into a yearly fashion conference with a global reach. There are also many online resources. Sierra and her team have been bringing renowned speakers and fashion-focused people together in community to educate and learn since 2017. The SFF facilitates and encourages conversations about social and environmental responsibility to build a more sustainable fashion industry.
The Sustainable Fashion Forum is a one-day event and online platform that looks to the future by fostering an open and honest dialogue about the social and environmental affects fashion has on our world and what we can do to improve it.
Founded on the principals of discovery and education, the Sustainable Fashion Forum is a highly-curated, community-driven sustainable fashion conference held annually in Portland, Oregon. The SFF looks to the future by fostering honest, thought-provoking, and in-depth conversations about the social and environmental effects fashion has on our world and what we can do individually and collectively to improve it.