Looking for SPEAKERS!!! University of Warwick Aesthet(h)ics Society: Pushing Fashion Fwd

Hi!!
I am writing on behalf of the Warwick Aesthet(h)ics Society at the University of Warwick, UK. We hold workshops and encourage our members to make their own decisions about what they consume by becoming a part of the creative process of producing clothing and accessories.
We are CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR POSSIBLE SPEAKERS from within the industry to come to the University to give a TALK or maybe even hold a WORKSHOP about a topic related to fashion, with an ethical or sustainable consumerism spin to it, though we appreciate any other suggestions. This might be rather short notice but we are hoping to have this SOMETIME BETWEEN the DATES OF 30th NOVEMBER TO 5th DECEMBER. If these dates are not possible we will be looking to have another event sometime next term between Mid- January and May so if anyone would at all be interested or have any other suggestions please do get in touch!

Thanks so much! :)

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Comment by Veganline.com on November 13, 2009 at 19:48
I'm probably too far away, here in London, but if you can get a subsidy for petrol I might come and talk. Cheaper: read this
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