Consumers

SUSTAINABILITY: THE FABRIC OF MODERN CHINESE CHIC

The EcoChic Design Award 2014/15 1st Prize Winner Kévin Germanier’s up-cycled collection is set to hit China’s leading luxury brand, Shanghai Tang’s, stores this September. The seven-piece womenswear capsule collection will be the brand’s first sustainable collection; up-cycled using their surplus textile stock, demonstrating that sustainability is part of a growing global trend to create fashion in a more environmentally sustainable way. Click here to find out more.

PUTTING BETTER FASHION OPTIONS ON THE MAP

Redress, is calling fashion lovers across Hong Kong to join in their citywide series of sustainable fashion focused events in this September to coincide with HKTDC's 'Hong Kong in Fashion 2016' and 'CENTRESTAGE 2016'. The month-long calendar of activities encourages the public to redress their relationship with their clothes and to cut waste out of fashion. Click here to find out more.

FRONTLINE FASHION PREMIERS ON FASHION ONE

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Mark your calendars! Frontline Fashion – Redress’ very first feature-length documentary – is premiering on Fashion One on Monday 29 August. This 50 minute feature follows 10 talented Asian and European emerging fashion designers determined to change the future of fashion for the better in the world’s biggest sustainable fashion design competition, The EcoChic Design Award. If you, your university, school or organisation are interested in hosting a screening event, get in touch!

UNCOVERING THE DARK SHADOW OF FASHION

As part of our efforts to raise awareness on the issue of textile waste, we enlisted the help of Hong Kong Baptist University students to design and build a sculpture which was exhibited from July 2015 in K11 mall, Hong Kong. The aim of the exhibition was to inspire shoppers about the role they can play in creating a more sustainable fashion industry by re-thinking the way they buy, care and dispose of their clothes. Read more about the project here and watch the exhibit come to life here.

FIVE YEAR MILESTONE FOR THE ECOCHIC DESIGN AWARD!

On 13 May 2015 Redress held a media launch event for the EcoChic Design Award 2015/16 competition cycle alongside their Fifth Year Anniversary Exhibition at Hysan Place in Hong Kong. Read the press release and access more resources in the media kit here.

JOINING THE GATEWAY CHALLENGE

Redress is taking part in Global Giving’s Gateway Challenge which allows us to receive donations as we expand our fundraising activities globally. Wherever our supporters are in the world, they can now donate to make a mark on increasing the delivery of our highly impactful educational programmes, which are changing the next generation of fashion designers. As the global environmental crisis associated with the fashion and textile industry rages on, never before have we needed to cut waste out of fashion more. Please donate here

RECYCLED COLLECTION BY ESPRIT A/W 2014 COLLECTION

PRESS RELEASE: Redress’ consumer-facing recycled textile clothing standard, The R Cert,  just saw its biggest footprint to date with its release alongside the Recycled Collection by Esprit A/W 2014 collection. Designed by The EcoChic Design Award 2013 winner, Karen Jessen, the collection is now available instore in nine markets across Asia and Europe and online. Read more here

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WINNERS' RECYCLED COLLECTIONS NOW AVAILABLE AT ESPRIT

As we rapidly approach the final few weeks in our call for entries for our 2013 competition cycle, our EcoChic Design Award China and Hong Kong 2012 winners see their recycled collections hit Esprit stores across Asia. Please contact hannah@redress.com.hk for more information.

NEW ERA FOR CONSUMER TRANSPARENCY

PRESS RELEASE: The R Cert marks a new era for consumer transparency in Asia's mainstream fashion market. The R Cert, a consumer-facing standard for recycled textile clothing, was issued for a second time for the ‘Recycled Collection by Esprit’ in a breakthrough demonstrating a new era for Asia’s sustainable fashion innovation. Read the full release here.

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