‘Behind the Seams’ of British sustainable fashion explored the UK’s groundbreaking sustainable fashion scene at an evening seminar and cocktail reception organized in partnership with the British Council on 16 November 2011.
We worked with celebrity Carrie Lam and The EcoChic Design Award Hong Kong 2011 Winner, Janko Lam, on a consumer focused sustainable fashion workshop at E-max shopping mall. During this, designer Janko reconstructed Carrie’s pre-worn and pre-loved secondhand clothing into ‘new’ pieces to educate and inspire the live audience.
Our EcoChic Asia was a successful sustainable fashion show containing 29 Asian fashion and accessory designers from 14 Asian countries that celebrated Asia’s developing sustainable fashion scene to an influential industry audience at Interstoff Asia Essential.
Our EcoChic Singapore sustainable fashion show presented 31 international fashion and accessory designers from over 20 countries in a fashion show that stopped, shocked and educated shoppers about sustainable fashion at the Suntec City Mall in early May 2010.
We organised the highly-acclaimed EcoChic Geneva, in partnership with The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). The fashion show featured 52 prominent fashion designers from 40 countries who united on the catwalk at the Palais des Nations, home of the United Nations Office in Geneva. The designers’ inspiring garments demonstrated various biodiversity-conserving materials to an influential audience.
We organized EcoChic Jakarta Fashion Show which contained 15 of Indonesia’s influential designers and eight Hong Kong designers at the Four Seasons Hotel in Jakarta. The fashion show demonstrated various one-off symbolic sustainable and recycled fashion pieces to raise awareness about environmental sustainability.
We presented our EcoChic Shanghai fashion show featuring 40 designers, including a groundbreaking 13 Chinese designers, at ‘1933′, a revitalised Art Deco building in downtown Shanghai. Our fashion show demonstrated a wide range of sustainable fashion techniques, many of which were new concepts to our Chinese audience