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Dr Lynn Wilson 

Dr Lynn Wilson is a circular design practitioner, researcher, and educator, who completed her PhD at the Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow in 2022, the focus of which was consumer clothing behaviour and the transition to a circular economy. Dr Wilson is the founder of Circular Design Scotland which provides consultancy support to businesses transitioning to circular business models and material practices. and is currently a Creative Entrepreneur within the Creative Informatics Programme, University of Edinburgh, where she is developing a Circular Materials Repository. In addition, she is currently a post-doctoral researcher at the University for the Arts, London, centre for Circular Design. From 2013-2017, Dr Wilson was the Sector Manager - Textiles, Circular Economy team at Zero Waste Scotland, contributing to Making Things Last – A Circular Economy Strategy for Scotland.  In 2015, she undertook a Churchill Fellowship, spending one month researching circular textile heritage, technology, and clothing retail systems to achieve a circular economy. Dr Wilson has been a Fellow of the Arts, Commerce and Manufacture (FRSA) since 2015.


She Makes, Wool Symposium,
Centre for Circular Design, UAL

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