In early June, Prof. Dr. Andreas Größler and Prof. Dr. Meike Tilebein hosted the European System Dynamics Workshop at the University of Stuttgart. Twenty-six colleagues from 16 universities across nine European countries, who work with the modeling and simulation approach of System Dynamics, presented and discussed their current research projects. The 10th anniversary of the biennial workshop, which takes place at varying locations in Europe, was themed "Managing Sustainability." The tightly packed program also included visiting the German Institutes of Textile and Fiber Research Denkendorf (DITF). During this visit, the workshop participants learned about sustainability modeling methods at the Center of Management Research and were impressed by their insights into the Weaving Technology Lab and the Digital Textile Microfactory Lab. In line with this, Ph.D. Juan Esteban Martínez Jaramillo, from IDS, reflected on counterintuitive sustainability effects of this new sustainable technology in his presentation titled "A Fix that May Fail: How Fast Fashion Could Even Become Faster with Digital Textile Microfactories" from a System Dynamics perspective.