8TH#GSFW
- Call For Papers

We are pleased to announce that we are hosting the 8th#GSFW between 3rd-8th June, the most powerful sustainable fashion week in Central Europe. Please, check our ppt about the event: https://issuu.com/gsfw/docs/8thgsfwenedited.pptx

If you are a stakeholder in the sustainable and circular fashion industry or a supporter of our efforts to move the fashion industry in a more transparent and sustainable direction, you should attend the conference, which we plan to organise on 6th JUNE 2024. 

If you are an educator, designer, manufacturer, technology provider, researcher, distributor, professional or supporter of this field, and you have a very good practice to share with us, we kindly invite you to submit a Call for Paper as follows.

  • Submission should be in English
  • All lectures should not be longer than 20 minutes with an additional Q&A possibility at the end of the sections of the conference. Please prepare your presentation to fit within the allotted time.
  • The presenters should submit an abstract of 500 words  including the title, a short description of the topic(s) to be addressed, along with contact information, short bio via the form below.

Deadline for submission: 29th Febr. 2024

Confirmation for acceptance: 15th March 2024

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(Filesize: max. 2 MB; allowed file formats: .pdf, .doc, .docx, .ppt, .pptx, .odt)

  • If the abstract is approved, you will receive the final approval with all details.
  • If you have any problem to use this form, please, contact us on info@fashionhungary.com.
  • Please, note that the presentations will focus on innovative, sustainable and circular design, materials&fabrics, manufacturing and distribution, taking into account the following #GSFW concepts too:

1. DESIGN: We encourage the growth of quality designed products that can reduce the negative impact on ecosystems and to prolong the life cycle of clothing (zero waste design, recycling etc.)

2. MATERIAL/FABRIC: We encourage people to use natural and sustainable materials (more biodegradble fabrics) with a high environmental and social value and to enable a better circular material flow / closed loop systems / cradle to cradle /.

3. PRODUCTION should be:

  • Eco-friendly (including packaging)
  • Fair, social & ethical
  • Handcrafted, preserving the national heritage and value

We should deal with the innovative solutions to be used in the above processes (how to reduce waste, water, air pollution, CO2 emission or any negative environmental impact).