The Swedish Fashion Ethical Charter is a policy for common guidelines for a healthier och socially responsible fashion industry.
A central part of ASFB’s operations is working with several projects to support and promote the Swedish fashion industry. The projects vary from sustainability and business development to digitalization and cultural promotion. ASFB also regularly authors reports for the fashion industry with the goal of increasing the knowledge of the industry and investigate the opportunities and challenges facing Swedish fashion.
The fashion exhibition Utopian Bodies – Fashion Looks Forward at Liljevalchs in Stockholm is the art gallery’s exhibition to date
The Global Leadership Award in Sustainable Apparel (GLASA) was launched in 2013 to inspire bold and courageous leadership in the apparel sector
Fashion Week is ASFB’s most important event; gathering the fashion industry and promoting Swedish fashion as a prominent industry force and cultural phenomenon
Kreativ Sektor is a policy collaboration between five trade organizations representing creative industries
ASFB has published a pre-study examining the opportunities of a production fund for Swedish fashion companies.
A report analyzing the economics of the fashion activities in Stockholm in the form of consumption and investments in the region
An on-going project of mapping out the economic value and scale of Swedish fashion, from the size of the domestic market to export and employment
Together with The Swedish School of Textiles at Borås University ASFB has conducted a study to examine the incentives and abilities for small and medium size fashion companies to grow internationally
Frontrow Forensics is a research project that will measure consumer demand in an early stage of the fashion supply chain in an effort to decrease overproduction
Fashion Talks is a series of debates and presentations on the theme of fashion, sustainability and technology
Fashion Night is combined with Fashion Week in an effort to encourage Stockholm and its fashion community to participate in the fashion week.
Showcase Sweden is a digital collection of creative works and companies from Sweden
The Swedish Affair is a joint effort between government agencies, trade organizations and companies within the creative, cultural and digital sectors at SXSW 2016
The report Innehållsinnovation och internationell tillväxt i kreativa näringar presents concrete policy proposals to secure the competitiveness of Sweden’s creative industries
The Democratic Front Row is the world’s first interactive livestreamed 360 fashion show that took place during Fashion Week Stockholm
Sharewear is a campaign where people in several countries can borrow unique pieces of clothes and accessories digitally and socially and is a part of Democreativity