EcoChic Design Award

Media Kit

MEDIA KIT

THE ECOCHIC DESIGN AWARD 2017 LAUNCHES

PRESS RELEASE

Redress kicks off their biggest search ever for the best sustainable fashion talent with the launch of the 2017 cycle of the EcoChic Design Award, the world’s largest sustainable fashion design competition. With continued support from Create Hong Kong, Redress strives to prove that there is a more sustainable future of fashion. Until 3 April 2017, designers residing in Asia, Europe and the USA can enter via www.ecochicdesignaward.com to compete for a chance to travel to Hong Kong in September 2017 to present their textile-waste reducing designs. The winner will create an up-cycled collection for BYT, a new fashion brand borne from Redress’ work, to retail at Lane Crawford, the elite global luxury store with China’s largest designer portfolio.

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CONTACT US

Amy Chan - Project Manager
Email: amy@redress.com.hk
Phone: +852 2861 0360

Queenie Cheung - PR & Marketing Assistant
Email: queenie@redress.com.hk
Phone: +852 2861 0360

Learn more

The EcoChic Design Award is a sustainable fashion design competition inspiring emerging fashion designers to create mainstream clothing with minimal textile waste. The 2017 competition cycle is open to fashion designers with less than three years’ professional experience and fashion design students living in any Asian or European country or USA. Following nine months of inspired design and rigorous judging, ten finalists will compete for career-changing prizes on the runway at Hong Kong fashion week.

PRIZES

PRIZES

Learn about the career-changing prizes

JUDGES

JUDGES

Read up on our internationally acclaimed judges

ABOUT

ABOUT

ABOUT

ABOUT

Watch this video to find out more about The EcoChic Design Award

THE ISSUES

THE ISSUES

THE ISSUES

THE ISSUES

THE ISSUES

THE ISSUES

Understand the current landscape of the fashion industry

SUSTAINABLE FASHION

SUSTAINABLE FASHION

Visit our LEARN platform for resources on how to source, design and market sustainable fashion

OUR ALUMNI

OUR ALUMNI

Our competition alumni are going from strength to strength. Read about their sustainable fashion brands here and latest news here


About Redress

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Redress is an NGO with a mission to promote environmental sustainability in the fashion industry by reducing textile waste, pollution, water and energy consumption. They achieve this by educational sustainable fashion shows, exhibitions, competitions, seminars, research and via their recycled clothing standard. Their profile allows them to collaborate with a wide range of stakeholders, including fashion designers, textile and garment manufacturers, brands and retailers, schools and universities, multilateral organisations, governments, NGOs, financial institutions and media organisations. 

 

Partners

Major Sponsor

The Create Hong Kong is a dedicated agency set up under the Commerce and Economic Development Bureau on 1 June 2009 to lead, champion and drive the development of the creative economy in Hong Kong. It co-ordinates Government effort regarding creative industries, focuses Government’s resources catering for the promotion and speeding up the development of creative industries in Hong Kong, and works closely with the trade to boost the development of creative industries.

Logistics Partner

Airline Sponsor

bronze sponsors

Clothing Care Sponsor

 

Education Donors

Prize Sponsors

Media Partner

Fashion Academy Venue Partners

Media Launch Production Partner

Media Launch Venue Partner

 
 
 

Supporting Organisations

Supporting Universities, Colleges and Institutions (listed alphabetically)

AAS College - School of Art & Design (Greece)
Aalto University (Finland)
Bangkok University (Thailand)
Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology (Mainland China) 
Caritas Bianchi College of Careers (Hong Kong) 
Cardiff Metropolitan University (United Kingdom)
Central Saint Martins (United Kingdom)
CIDI Chanapatana International Design Institute (Thailand)
Clothing Industry Training Authority (Hong Kong) 
Condé Nast Center Of Fashion & Design (Mainland China)
Cracow School of Art and Fashion Design (Poland)
Dankook University (South Korea)
Design School Kolding (Denmark)
Domus Academy (Italy)
Donghua University (Mainland China)
ESAD (Escola Superior de Artes e Design) (Portugal)
ESMOD Berlin International University of Arts for Fashion (Germany)
ESMOD Japon (Japan)
Faculty of Industrial Design, University of Tehran (Iran)
Formamod (France)
Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts - School of Innovation Design (Mainland China)
Heriot-Watt University (United Kingdom)
IFA Paris (Mainland China)
Indian School of Design and Innovation (ISDI) Parsons Mumbai (India)
International Fashion Academy, Paris (France)
INTI International College Subang (IICS) (Malaysia)
JD Institute of Fashion Technology (India)
Jiangnan University (Mainland China)
Korea National Open University (South Korea)
L'École Supérieure d’Art Françoise Conte (France)
Lahti University of Applied Sciences (LAMK Lahden ammattikorkeakoulu) (Finland)
LaSalle College Jakarta (Indonesia)
Lasalle College of the Arts Singapore (Singapore)
Leeds College of Art (United Kingdom)

Malaysia Institute of Art (Malaysia)
Management Development Institute of Singapore (Singapore)
Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (Singapore)
National Institute of Fashion Technology (India)
Nottingham Trent University (United Kingdom)
Oriental Institute of Technology (Department of Materials and Textiles, Fashion) (Taiwan)
Parsons School of Design (United States of America)
Pearl Academy (India)
Raffles Bangkok (Thailand)
Raffles College of Higher Education (Kuala Lumpur) (RKL) (Malaysia)
Raffles Design Institute (Singapore)
Raffles Design Institute Shanghai (Mainland China)
Raffles International College Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
Raffles University Iskandar (Malaysia)
Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication (United Kingdom)
Regent's University London (United Kingdom)
Savannah College of Art and Design (Hong Kong and United States of America)
School of Continuing and Professional Studies, CUHK (Hong Kong) 
School of Fashion, Styling and Textiles - Pearl Academy (India)
Sheffield Hallam University (United Kingdom)
Shenkar College (Israel)
Shenzhen University (Mainland China)
Shu Te University - Fashion Design Department (Taiwan)
Slim's Fashion & Arts School (Philippines)
Swedish School of Textiles, University of Borås (Sweden)
Technological & Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
Temasek Polytechnic (Singapore)
The Hong Kong Design Institute (Hong Kong)
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University - Institute of Textiles and Clothing (Hong Kong)
UCSI University (Malaysia)
University of Derby (United Kingdom)
University of South Wales (United Kingdom)
Vilnius College of Design (VCD) (Lithuania)
Whistling Woods International – School of Fashion (India)
Zhejiang Fashion Institute of Technology (Mainland China)