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Our Vision

Vision

Principle Objective

Uniting Commonwealth Fashion Industries under one association to demonstrate the importance of the industry by advocating development, education, trade, youth and gender empowerment within the global fashion sector.

We as an organisation endeavor to mature the Commonwealth Fashion Industries by acting as a catalyst for acknowledgment and engagement between our council members who are fundamental figures within their fashion industries. The bridge [we offer our council members and members] enables us to work aliened with fashion industries across the Commonwealth by creating programmes, sharing knowledge, skills and by highlighting the landscape of the Commonwealth Fashion Industries for the first time, as a collective.

The Council embodies the Commonwealth Charter and Values to create a democratic space (each council member has one vote) for fashion to be used as ‘tools’ for improving humanity through championing and re-directing economical, social and political systems which impound development.

We see the Commonwealth Fashion Industries as one’ and by this, creating a more competitive coalition for media, buyers and consumers to acknowledge – resulting in self sustainability and higher income opportunities’ for those who operate business within the Commonwealth Fashion Industries.

The council is governed by British Law and conducts business in relation to the Commonwealth Charter and is based in London, United Kingdom.

We want to increase acknowledgement and engagement across the Commonwealth and international fashion industries – this is an objective.

Fashion can inspire cross regional collaboration [Africa, Americas, Caribbean, Pacific, Asia and Europe] and be used as a tool to create threads of understanding across humanity with positive steps towards self – sustainability across the industries.

Other fashion related committees would establish [in time] to sew future development for specific commitments e.g. Women in Fashion’ Committee, Ethical Fashion Committee, Ministers of the Creative Industries’ Committee.

Cross regional policies can be a reality through brining together fashion industries with government’s agreeing and implementing global progress by using events such as the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) to communicate for change.

The council see’s creativity as a natural resource that stimulates social and economic benefits for individuals and economies.

Each council member will have one vote as we push forward how we would like to see today’s global fashion industries.

Fashion and the industry [clothes & accessories] are an integral part of us – every creed – every person. We simply use the approachability and readiness to enhance a more tolerant and progressive humanity

 

 

Goal 2016 – onwards

Increase acknowledgement & engagement between global and Commonwealth Fashion Industries

 

My Commonwealth Fashion

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