The Fashion Impact Fund’s latest edition of the ‘Conscious Fashion Campaign’ went live during New York Fashion Week and featured female founders that are advancing equitable workforce development in the fashion industry. One of the remarkable female founders is Fashion-Enter Ltd’s CEO Jenny Holloway.
Jenny along with five other women were featured in a digital billboard campaign that went live in Times Square (pictured below) and outside the United Nations headquarters in New York City.
The Conscious Fashion Campaign, an initiative of the Fashion Impact Fund in collaboration with the PVBLIC Foundation, seeks to shine a spotlight on the remarkable contributions of female founders who are leading the charge for a more inclusive workforce.
With an alarming statistic reported by Global Media Monitoring Project that women receive only 25% of news features globally, the campaign utilises highly trafficked digital billboards in New York City that draws attention to women championing gender equality and decent work for all in the fashion sector.
The honourees of the latest edition are Fashion Impact Fund 2023 grant recipients and are featured in the Conscious Fashion Campaign to further amplify the voices and achievements of their work.
The honourees include:
Ayesha Barenblat, Founder and CEO, remake.world
Jennifer Holloway, CEO, Fashion-Enter Ltd/ FashionCapital
Jenny Holloway commented: “It’s a great honour that FEL has been recognised for the work we do. Thank-you so much!
“As a team we’re all committed to equality and strive for a better fashion working environment for all. Here’s to the next chapter.
“Congratulations to everyone that has been selected!”