SUSTAINABILITY SALON SERIES: SUPPLY CHAIN

SUSTAINABILITY SALON SERIES: SUPPLY CHAIN

ASPIRE TO INSPIRE

Arch & Hook’s Sustainability Salon Series is a series of a monthly live free digital event exploring sustainability and best practices in the world of fashion, retail, and beyond. The series have an informational and educational purpose for fashion and retail professionals, which is supported by the Conscious Fashion Campaign and the United Nations Office for Partnerships.

We invite you to virtually join our 4th session of our digital Salon Series which will be taking place on 20 October 2020 (9 am PST, 12 pm EST, 6 pm CEST).

During this session, we will explore the importance and impact of (un)sustainable supply chain infrastructures and operations. What are the key challenges brands face in supporting and/or working with/or building supply chain operations in a more sustainable way? How has the COVID-19 crisis further accentuated the negative impact of unsustainable supply chains? We will also discuss the importance of diversity and fair trade in the supply chain.

We are happy to have once again Kerry Bannigan from the Conscious Fashion Campaign who will be the moderator for this session. Kerry will be in conversation with sustainability leaders who have integrated environmentally well-grounded choices into supply chain management, have seized value creation opportunities, and offer significant competitive advantages.

Confirmed SPEAKERS so far for this session:

Lisa Morales – Hellebo – The World Supply Chain Federation

Lisa is the Co-Founder of The Worldwide Supply Chain Federation, an organization that is changing how supply chain professionals learn about, collaborate, and adopt supply chain innovation around the world. The New York Supply Chain Meetup is its founding chapter, attracting hundreds of attendees from around the world with its monthly events. She is also Co-Founder and General Partner of REFASHIOND Ventures, which is an NYC-based, early-stage supply chain technology venture fund that invests in startups refashioning global supply chains.  Lisa is passionate about helping fashion tech and supply chain startups achieve growth and industry adoption.

 

 

 

 

Flora Davidson – SupplyCompass

Flora is the Co-Founder of SupplyCompass, a product development and production management platform for her fashion brands and manufacturers. She started her career working for an innovation and strategy agency working with the likes of Adidas and L’Oréal. She spent 2 formative years living in Mumbai at the start of SupplyCompass, visiting hundreds of factories and suppliers across the country. She remains passionate about harnessing the power of technology to encourage better collaboration, drive efficiency, and make sustainable production accessible to fashion brands and supply chains across the globe.

 

 

 

Aurora Chisté – Maakola

Aurora is the Creative Director and Founder of Maakola, a made-to-order sustainable fashion brand that aims to express women’s style and substance. Her career spans the tech world from Silicon Valley to innovative energy and economic solutions across the world. Aurora has been recognized as a Global Shaper by the World Economic Forum. In 2015, she founded Maakola, a brand that is transparent about its business practice; a brand that celebrates collective progress, honors talent through the supply chain, and keeps improving its environmental footprint. Aurora is also the founder of Ray of Power, providing off-grid solar energy and water solutions in the African continent.

This webinar is focused on bringing unique business insights for your sustainability challenges and initiatives and aims to offer key takeaways that you can bring back to your team or company for implementing sustainable business transformation.

This is your opportunity to join the conversation and learn more about measuring supply chain resilience on factors such as natural resource availability, infrastructure, financial resources, and social safety networks among others.

We will have Q&A’s, so think about what questions would you want to ask our amazing panelists.

For more information, you can reach out to us at events@archandhook.com

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Sustainability Salon Series: Making Waves

SUSTAINABILITY SALON SERIES: MAKING WAVES

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Arch & Hook’s Sustainability Salon Series is a series of FREE monthly live webinars, exploring sustainability trends and innovation in the world of fashion, retail, and beyond. With each session, we hope to spark conversation and inspiration within our industry, as well as share valuable business insights for new and stronger approaches toward better business and world.

We are thrilled to launch the 3rd session of our digital Salon Series, this time focusing on the Australian and West Coast US fashion and retail market. Register and join us on 25 August 2020 / 26 August in Australia (9 am AEST, 4 pm PST, 7 pm EST).

This session will explore sustainability trends and innovations regarding water in fashion and retail. With a panel representing water and sports brands, denim brands, and others, we will explore what are some of the latest technologies behind material production. How is this branch of fashion, so enclosed with nature, embracing the importance of sustainability in its brand stories? What business challenges are these brands facing in the current business climate?

The fashion industry is the third-largest user of water in production, so we will also dive deeper into the role of water as a commodity and resource and current challenges our industry is facing concerning overuse and pollution and how are brands tackling this.

These series are in partnership with the Conscious Fashion Campaign (CFC), in collaboration with the United Nations Office for Partnerships, aiming to raise awareness and education within the fashion industry to facilitate collective action toward the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

We’re excited to introduce you our MODERATOR for this session:

Gwenna “GiGi” Lucas – SurfearNEGRA

GiGi Lucas has 18+ years of experience in Global Brand Design and International Expansion. Helping brands like Nike, Kate Spade, Carter’s|Oshkosh, and JCrew with Retail Identity and Integrated Marketing. As an advisor and consultant, GiGi has leveraged her experience and expertise to guide over 35 startups and tech companies. Most recently, GiGi has combined her personal passion for the ocean with her professional experience to increase cultural & gender diversity in the surf industry through representation in media, retail offerings, and in the water. GiGi launched SurfearNEGRA, a non-profit organization with the goal to diversify the lineup by democratizing the sport to make surfing accessible to any kid, anywhere.

GiGi will be in conversation with sustainability leaders who have successfully reduced their (water) footprint, work for brands close to water or bring expertise and innovation to the topic.

Confirmed SPEAKERS for this session:

Adam Taubenfligel – Triarchy

Adam Taubenfligel is the Creative Director and Designer at Triarchy, an eco-friendly denim brand. Adam began his career in denim out of love of fashion. learning the art of denim on the factory floor in Italy brought his love of fashion to life in the form of jeans. Subsequent years spent making jeans in the traditional way quickly educated him on how disastrously wasteful the fashion and specifically denim industries are. Alongside his brother, sister, and their brand, Triarchy, they set out to change the denim industry, one pair of jeans at a time.

 

 

 

Abigail Lorick – Ansea

Ansea is a sustainable lifestyle brand providing timeless essentials for women who love the water, created by recognizing a gap in the women’s surf and swimwear market. Taking cues from the ocean, Ansea creates products for women of all backgrounds and bodies with an emphasis on versatility, made with premium, sustainable textiles such as Econyl® and Yulex®, a plant-based alternative to neoprene that’s gentler on the planet, responsibly crafted in NYC and LA. Ansea is grounded in supporting not just women, but the well-being of the water we love and the communities that surround it. This session is joined by co-founder Abigail Lorick who spent her childhood off the coast of Florida sailing and surfing competitively. Previously designed for & Other Stories, Cynthia Rowley, and Stance, Lorick was also “ghost designer” for Eleanor Waldorf’s fashion line on the TV show Gossip Girl.

 

 

Chris Heysel – Arc’teryx

Instilled at an early age love of nature and a value-based work lead Chris to join Arc’teryx just over a year ago, during which period he has already overseen significant growth in the company’s sustainability strategy including the acceptance of a Science-Based Target and a commitment to 100% Renewable Energy beginning in 2020. With a Master’s degree in Civil Engineering and a specialization in Applied Sustainability from Queen’s University, Chris has helped some of Canada’s largest financial institutions in setting and achieving their carbon, water, and waste targets. Chris has been the sustainability lead for several of Vancouver’s largest infrastructure projects and contributed significantly to California’s High-Speed Rail definition of environmental sustainability metrics.

 

 

This webinar is focused on bringing unique business insights for your sustainability challenges and initiatives and aims to offer key takeaways that you can bring back to your team or company for implementing sustainable business transformation.

This is your opportunity to be part of the conversation and learn more about how can you take action and approach water sustainability for your company or brand. We will have time for Q&As, so think about what questions would you want to ask our amazing panelists.

For more information, you can reach out to us at events@archandhook.com

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Sustainability Salon Series: Legacies

SUSTAINABILITY SALON SERIES: LEGACIES

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The world around us is experiencing exceptional circumstances, and so are companies like yours facing challenges never seen before. These tumultuous times are posing a great challenge for many businesses in fashion, retail and beyond when it comes to sustainability. It is time to assess the way we conduct business and how we can run our operations more sustainably in order to seize the present opportunities.  

We invite you to virtually join our 2nd session of the Sustainability Salon Series which will be taking place on 28 July 2020 (6 pm CEST, 12 pm EST 9 am PST). This is a series of monthly live FREE webinars, exploring sustainability trends and innovation in the world of fashion, retail, and beyond.

This session will be focused on Legacy Brands. Moderator, Kerry Bannigan from the Conscious Fashion Campaign will be in conversation with panelists who are part of or have contributed/consulted brands on fully transforming themselves into sustainable brands and adopting sustainable practices, product, operational or business processes.

Our exciting speakers come from global brand and sustainability leaders

Amy Hall – Impactorum & EILEEN FISHER                                                                                                                     

Amy serves as President, Impactorum LLC, and Vice President, Social Consciousness for women’s clothing designer EILEEN FISHER. In both capacities, she strives to elevate authentic environmental and social impact for business. Amy has extensive experience with the B Corporation movement, circular economy principles, apparel sustainability, and conscious business practices.

 

 

Saskia van Gendt – Rothy’s

An environmental scientist with 10+ years of experience in sustainable manufacturing and design, Saskia is Head of Sustainability at Rothy’s. She develops strategies to minimize the environmental impact that Rothy’s supply chain has on the environment. Prior to joining Rothy’s, Saskia worked as Senior Director of Sustainability at Method. There she implemented sustainability initiatives on the ground for the European Business.

 

 

Shailja Dubé – Accenture Retail UK & Ireland                                                                                                             

Shailja leads the responsible business agenda for Accenture Retail UK & Ireland, supporting clients to realize opportunities across the full value chain to positively impact their business, society, and the planet. At Accenture, she has developed and executed social impact strategy, helped global brands shape their strategic direction, and delivered complex digital transformation programs.

 

 

 

Lucie Brigham – United Nations Office for Partnerships                                                                                               

The United Nations Office for Partnerships serves as a global gateway for catalyzing and building partnerships to advance the implementation of the Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs). As a member of the UN Fashion Alliance and the Advisor to the Conscious Fashion Campaign, UNOP facilitates awareness, advocacy, and engagement to achieve the SDGs within the fashion and textile industry.

This webinar is focused on bringing unique business insights for your sustainability challenges and initiatives and aims to offer key takeaways which you can bring back to your team or company for implementing sustainable business transformation.

This is your opportunity to be part of the conversation and learn more about sustainability initiatives for your company or brand. We will have time for Q&As, so think about what questions would you want to ask our amazing panelists.

Are you looking to implement or transform your business, brand, or processes sustainably, and how? Look no further, sign up to the 2nd session of our Sustainability Salon Series and learn from those who have been successful at it!

If you’re not able to attend the live webinar, no worries, we got you covered. You will be able to get the entire video footage of the webinar for you to after the event. This will only be possible if you register for the event.

For more information, you can reach out to us at events@archandhook.com

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You can look back to the first session here.


Sustainability Webinar

Sustainability Salon Series: Changing the Rules of the Game

Aspire to Inspire

We invite you to virtually attend the launch of Arch & Hook’s Sustainability Salon Series, held online on Wednesday May 6th. This will be a series of conversations aimed at helping us rethink our actions and find new ways forward.

Companies like yours are facing challenges like never seen before. It’s time to assess the way we conduct business and how we can run our operations more sustainably, in order to seize the present opportunities. Time for inspiration!

Our first event’s theme is Changing the Rules of the Game and will be moderated by Kerry Bannigan who will be in conversation with a panel of game-changers, with the chance to ask questions and engage in the conversation.

Kerry Bannigan is the Founder of Conscious Fashion Campaign and Executive Director of the SDG Media Zone. The panel of game-changers are:

  • Theresa & Corinna Williams co-founders of Celsious, a premium sustainable garment care provider and New York’s First Laundromat-café located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The sisters aim to make laundry day a fun, relaxing and productive experience, and for the process itself to be as kind to the environment as possible.
  • Michael Waas Global Vice President and Brand Partnerships at TerraCycle, an international leader in recycling difficult-to-recycle waste and the circular economy. TerraCycle has recycled billions of pieces of waste, and pioneers recycling solutions for some of the world’s most challenging waste streams. In 2019, TerraCycle launched Loop: a global platform that allows companies to shift to a durable supply chain through a reuse model. Michael joined TerraCycle in 2008 and helped lead TerraCycle’s global expansion by developing award-winning sustainability partnerships with companies in diverse categories including P&G, Colgate-Palmolive, Grupo Bimbo, L’Oreal, General Mills, Clorox, PepsiCo, Frito-Lay, Mondelez, AstraZeneca, Kimberly-Clark and more. He is passionate about helping companies of all sizes find the value of the “triple bottom line” and is an experienced speaker on the topics of sustainability, social entrepreneurship, and the circular economy.
  • Wyke Potjer, Dutch Journalist, specialized in sustainable lifestyle, Partner and Content Manager at the award-winning website hetkanwel.nl (in English: ‘we can do it’). hetkanwel.nl provides positive daily content on green, fair, and fun living. She’s also Co-Author of the hetkanWEL book that has the objective to inspire people to make more sustainable lifestyle choices by giving tips, factual information, and interviews with inspirational people who are making a difference. The book is due later this year, and there’s also an English version of the website in development.

Join us, and find out how YOU can contribute to a better world. We all win when we work together.

For more information: events@archandhook.com


Jessica Minh Ahn

Jessica Minh Anh x Arch & Hook

Jessica Minh Anh x Arch & Hook

Jessica Minh Ahn

Sustainable and special collaboration between supermodel and fashion show producer, Jessica Minh Ahn, and Arch & Hook.

On February 6, 2020, Jessica Minh Anh will transform the DHL Express Gateway at John F. Kennedy airport into the world’s first-ever fashion show centered around the globally sustainable supply chain. With an iconic backdrop featuring an energy-efficiency fleet of aircraft, helicopter, and electric cars, J Winter Fashion Show 2020 will premiere the creative fashion collections from different continents.  The highly-anticipated production follows the international successes of Jessica’s previous Fashion x Sustainability phenomena atop Hoover Dam, at the gemaSOLAR Power Plant, and aboard the Race For Water solar-wind-hydro powered vessel.

“Through this project, I want to bring an innovative mindset to sustainability initiatives,” said Jessica Minh Anh, who recently promoted upcycling in the Maldives. “Since shipping and logistics are such a critical part of the fashion industry, the show will highlight green logistics solutions, which help minimize environmental damages and reduce transport-related emissions. It is very important for me to partner with a company that prioritizes the health of our planet, and I have certainly found that confidence in DHL”.

Similar to Jessica’s history-making catwalks atop the Eiffel Tower, Grand Canyon Skywalk, and One World Trade Center, the visually impressive J Winter Fashion Show 2020 will celebrate diversity, unity, and innovation alongside fashion and sustainability. Japanese powerhouse Yumi Katsura, Peruvian celebrity artist Ani Alvarez Calderon, Vietnamese luxury brand VUNGOC&SON, and New York’s jewelry designer Cristina Sabatini alongside other participating designers focus on advanced tailoring techniques that incorporate sustainable materials and practices. The show will also include other sustainable elements such as FSC® beech wood hangers by Arch & Hook and state-of-the-art Glammfire electric heaters.

“We are very excited to join forces with Jessica Minh Anh in this historic project,” said Reiner Wolfs, Vice President and General Manager, Northeast Area, DHL Express U.S. “Her original vision and powerful message of motivating the younger generation to take action for a better future align perfectly with our vision for zero-emission logistics.” Other official partners, who also prioritize sustainability, include IWG’s brand Spaces, Sofitel New York, Dermalogica, Warren Tricomi, Veestro, AOFM, scheimpflüg, Cream Ridgewood, Gotham New York, Jiffy Steamer, Radisson JFK Airport, Yukie Natori, and ECHOD.

TEDx keynote speaker and a representative of the environmentally engaged generation, Jessica Minh Anh’s passion cuts to the heart of the global challenge, making sustainable living a lifestyle choice. She is currently training like an Olympic athlete to prepare for the grand catwalk at New York’s finest Tone House, while also riding her bike to the office every morning.

Jessica will join DHL Express U.S. top executives for the final run-through and rehearsals on January 31 and February 2, 2020, at JFK airport. A hands-on producer, Jessica will oversee both front and backstage operations, including inside aircraft setup and the process of models descending from the airplane directly onto the runway.

J Winter Fashion Show 2020 will welcome the most influential business and government leaders, fashion designers, and national and international media. More than a modern fashion statement, Jessica’s winter spectacular with DHL will stimulate a global conversation about sustainability triggered by a unique and visually impressive experience.

Watch the trailer HERE.

 


Retail Safari Amsterdam & Rotterdam

Arch & Hook x Pim Philip Experiences

Arch & Hook would like to offer you the opportunity to combine your EuroShop visit with a unique one day experience that involves a curated journey, a Retail Safari powered by Pim Philip Experiences

Back in December, we hosted a Retail Safari in New York City, this time we are hosting one in the Netherlands! The Retail Safari will be held in Amsterdam & Rotterdam.

This is a unique opportunity to find inspiration during a curated walking tour on the unbeaten paths of Amsterdam and Rotterdam for exploration amongst retail peers, and for an inspiring exchange of ideas.

Join us and experience an immersive retail tour in two unique and different cities in the Netherlands, designed to inspire you and to motivate you in rethinking possibilities and opportunities in your own work field.

End the tour at the Arch & Hook Global Headquarters in the heart of Amsterdam, located on one of the main canals: Herengracht.

Make sure you register on time for our Retail Safari. There are limited spaces available and will be given on a first-come, first-serve basis.

The Retail Safari will take place on 20 February 2020, with the pick-up in Amsterdam at 9:00 AM. Contact us for more information.

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    EuroShop Trade Fair 2020

    EuroShop will take place from 16-20 February 2020 in Dusseldorf, Germany. EuroShop is the international hotspot for the retail industry, it is the world’s biggest and most prestigious retail trade fair.

    Euroshop takes place only every three years in Düsseldorf, Germany, and is the most comprehensive retail exhibit in the world. It is the place and time to discover the newest developments and trends in retail.

    This trade fair presents itself in eight fascinating retail dimensions with all the trends and topics that drive ahead retail in the present and also for the future:

    1. Shop Fitting & Store Design
    2. Retail Technology
    3. Retail Marketing
    4. Lighting
    5. Visual Merchandising
    6. Food Service Equipment
    7. Refrigeration & Energy Management
    8. Expo & Event Marketing

    This year’s trade fair is extra special, it will be EuroShop’s 20th anniversary with a story all of its own that will be told during the fair!

    Retail Safari by Pim Philip Experiences

    Pim Philip Experiences provides custom travel and event experiences in New York City, heightening visitor perspectives and engaging business groups. Pim Philip Experiences guarantees a unique experience by offering tailor-made urban expeditions, often along unexpected routes.

    Pim Zeegers, founder of Pim Philip and also a former international retail professional, has been working as a certified guide and organizer of personal and business travel in New York for the past six years.

    Before moving to New York in 2010, Pim lived in Rotterdam, Amsterdam, and Brussels, where he worked for several international companies. Urban interplay, trends, and design have been resounding themes throughout his career.

     

    If you will not be able to make it to the Retail Safari and would still love to meet up, do not hesitate in contacting us, we can arrange a private meeting. Or, you can also visit our Events page to check out other events we are hosting or attending.

     


    Retail Safari During New York Market Week

    Retail Safari During New York Market Week

    During Market Week in December of 2019 we hosted the Retail Safari in NYC with the goal of providing a curated experience to inspire our participants by visiting and showcasing interesting and out-of-the-box retail concepts. To see the latest trends and groundbreaking concepts that are ahead of the curve and setting future trends.

    Our participants had the opportunity to join an interactive experience powered by Pim Philip Experiences. Observations, discussions, and interactions were encouraged to spark an interesting discussion and an exchange of personal views. All in all, motivating our participants to rethink possibilities and opportunities in their own field of work.

    A few highlights of the Market Week Retail Safari:

    1. The Phluid Project: Voted as the #1 Best Independent Retail Experience in 2019, this is an androgynous, unisex, a gender-free brand that wants to create a movement instead of a trend.
    2. The Dreamery by Casper: You can book a 45-minute nap and while doing that, you can experience Casper’s award-winning matrasses, sheets, and other products.
    3. UZ 38°C/99°F: J-Beauty: Our participants had the opportunity to try this Tokyo-based lip treatment and leave their vision and value regarding the product in one of their futuristic looking phonebooths!
    4. Gucci Wooster Bookstore: An “independent bookstore inspired” for the fashionable literary souls of today.
    5. Dirty Lemon: a beverage brand that creates “better” beverages that are sold in a selfie-friendly cashier-less store.
    6. Showfields: A multi-level store highlighting unique, online-only brands in wellness, home, and design. You can slide down from one floor to the other by using their in-store slide! Providing our participants with an immersive, educational, and fun experience.

    If you will not be able to make it to the Retail Safari and would still love to meet up, do not hesitate in contacting us, we can arrange a private meeting. Or, you can also visit our Events page to check out other events we are hosting or attending.

    Retail Safari during New York Market Week


    BLUE® launch at LONDON FASHION WEEK

    Arch & Hook introduces BLUE®at London Fashion Week

    Created for use in the fashion industry, BLUE® is the fest ever hanger made of Marine Plastics® – providing a sustainable alternative for the billions of hangers that end up in landfill each year due to the ‘garment on hanger’ which is one of the most polluting stages in the apparel lifecycle.

    BLUE® will debut at London Fashion Week SS20 with the support of Roland Mouret and the British Fashion Council.

    Roland Mouret and the British Fashion Council have issued a letter of intent to apparel companies in the UK. We would like to invite you to “Switch to Blue” and join our fully circular hanger program.

    During London Fashion Week we will be hosting a BLUE® showroom at the Positive Fashion Exhibition at The Store X (180 Strand). Customers and trade are welcome to visit.

    BLUE® at London Fashion Week


    Chicago GlobalShop

    New MISSION-E® Hangers at Global Shop in Chicago

    Arch & Hook to Launch New MISSION-E® Hangers at Global Shop

    Mission-E® is the first closed-loop program: a 100% recyclable plastic hanger made from up to 100% recycled materials.

    A forgotten necessity is now available sustainably at scale. Created for use in high-fashion, hospitality, and large scale retail, Mission-E® offers groundbreaking solutions to brands so they can display clothing in a way that compliments their brand identity. Mission-E® is changing the way plastic hangers are manufactured by moving away from single-use plastic to long-lasting, 100% recyclable plastic. Mission-E® hangers last 5 to 10 times longer than single-use plastic hangers, whose recyclability is less than 20%. Arch & Hook will showcase Mission-E® at North America’s leading retail conference, Global Shop, in Chicago.

    From 25 June, fashion, hospitality, and visual merchandising professionals can develop a Mission-E® hanger program with the Arch & Hook team, available at any of the global Arch & Hook offices.

    During Global Shop, Arch & Hook will receive clients and press in their off-site LOFT for an exclusive showcase of the new Mission-E® program. Please contact Hooton for more details.

     

    Globalshop 2019


    Copenhagen Fashion Summit

    Sustainable hangers at Copenhagen Fashion Summit

    Arch & Hook partners with Global Fashion Agenda to provide sustainable hangers at Copenhagen Fashion Summit

    We’re thrilled to announce that Arch & Hook is one of the proud sponsors for the Innovation Forum at the Copenhagen Fashion Summit!

    The summit is organized by Global Fashion Agenda, and it will take place at the Copenhagen Concert Hall on 15-16 May 2019.

    The Copenhagen Fashion Summit was created to set an agenda for the most critical environmental, social, and ethical issues facing the fashion industry and our planet. The Innovation Forum will showcase brands offering a solution along the entire value chain, each brand addressing the top sustainability priorities for the industry executives to take action on.

    We’re excited to be part of this year’s Innovation Forum, to raise awareness and offer a solution to the damage that happens behind screens of visual merchandising in the fashion industry.

    To illustrate this special collaboration, we provided sustainable, bespoke, and beautifully designed hangers. This way we can also illustrate how brands can brand themselves through sustainable practices, in this case, the clothes hanger.

    For more information, feel free to contact us at info@archandhook.com