By  on November 29, 2017

NEW YORK — As far as topics go, technology and sustainable fashion remain fairly nebulous, but the Nordic Fashion Association presented a crystal clear case for innovation Wednesday morning.

The group’s Sustainable Fashion Summit here pulled together authorities from Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Iceland to discuss new ways to reduce waste and create sustainable business practices. Swedish Fashion Council chief executive officer Elin Frendberg proved that point with a litany of examples. As Nordic companies switch from linear fashion systems to circular ones, there is a greater need for using earth-friendly fibers and components. She highlighted the upsides of Grindr-enhanced jeans, inventory-free businesses, brands renting garments, garments that illuminate for safety purposes and clothing that adjusts to temperatures.

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