We have been celebrating the successes of our Redress Design Award Alumni across the world more and more of late with these stars of sustainability proving that there is no stopping positive change in fashion through collaborations, awards won and high profile exhibitions. So when Runway Asia approached us to help select style with substance for their annual runway event, we jumped at the chance to recommend our talented alumni. In fact, 8 of the 9 Hong Kong brands showcased during this glamour filled event were our alumni and included Classics Anew, Artisan Angus Tsui, Tiffany Pattinson, Alex Leau, Absurd Laboratory and newly launched Seer, as well as The R Collective (designed by alumni Kévin Germanier and Victor Chu). They showed alongside local sustainable fashion brand LaMy Dragonfly bringing positive fashion options to a packed audience, and we think they looked pretty dapper!
Runway brands included:
Charity raffle prizes included:
Two VIP tickets to the Redress Design Award 2018 Grand Final Fashion Show and After Party.
Valued at: Priceless!
A two-night weekend stay in a Harbour View Room at EAST, Hong Kong – a lifestyle hotel by Swire Hotels with a wonderfully balanced approach to life. Includes a complimentary daily breakfast for two at FEAST (Food by EAST)
Valued at: $8,373
Limited edition colour archival pigment print, ‘The Zodiac Family’ by Eleanor McColl. This artwork combines the 12 animals of the zodiac and photography of Hong Kong eliciting the ever-changing face of the city.
Valued at: $7,000
A year’s supply (12 cases) of Peroni premium lager delivered to any Hong Kong location, to celebrate our shared values of creativity and passion.
Valued at: $3,500
A 50-minute pampering massage for two at The Ritz-Carlton Spa. This celestial escape high above the hustle of the city below at the world’s highest hotel spa will leave you floating.
Valued at: $3,000
A custom pair of 100% handmade leather shoes from La French Cut by Alice Sachot. Unlimited options to choose from for Fashionistas and Brides-to-be who like to stand out while staying true to their style.
Valued at: $3,000
A dining voucher to share a meal with friends at any Hong Kong PizzaExpress restaurant
Valued at: $2,000
A fun-filled, cruelty-free and vegan scarf from CROP, a brand created by Kate Morris, Redress Design Award 2017 First Prize winner
Valued at: $600