Semi-finalists

The local judging panels have been working hard to select The EcoChic Design Award 2013 semi-finalists. This is who made the cut and will compete for a place in the final…

Hong Kong semi-finalists
Name: Chan Nga Mui
Occupation:  Fashion Design Student in The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Sustainable design technique: Zero-waste
Name: 羅錦安 Alex Law
Occupation:  Assistant Fashion Graphic Designer
Sustainable design techniques:  Zero-waste, up-cycling and reconstruction
Name: 謝小珊 Hill Tse
Occupation:  Fashion Design Student in Hong Kong Design Institute
Sustainable design techniques: Zero-waste and up-cycling
Mainland China semi-finalists
Name: 安雨 An Yu
Occupation:  Fashion Design Student in Xian Polytechnic University
Sustainable design techniques: Zero-waste, up-cycling and reconstruction
Name: 戴歆彦 Dai Xinyan
Occupation:  Fashion Design Student at Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology
Sustainable design techniques: Up-cycling and reconstruction
Name: 鍾浩源 Zhong Haoyuan
Occupation: Fashion Design Student in Shanghai Raffles Design Institute
Sustainable design technique: Reconstruction
Taiwan semi-finalists
Name: 姜宗瑾 Chiang Tsung Chin
Occupation: Student in Shih Chien University
Sustainable design technique: Reconstruction
Name: 廖婉婷 Liao Wan Ting
Occupation: Design assistant
Sustainable design techniques: Up-cycling and reconstruction
Name: 盧志明 Lu Zhi Ming
Occupation: Knitwear Design Assistant
Sustainable design technique: Zero-waste
Singapore semi-finalists
Name: Adeline Huang Tian Ying
Occupation: Fashion designer
Sustainable design techniques: Zero-waste, up-cycling and reconstruction
Name: Ng Swee Yee
Occupation: Graphic designer
Sustainable design techniques: Up-cycling and reconstruction
Name: Thi Nguyen
Occupation: Student at Singapore Raffles Design Institute
Sustainable design technique: Up-cycling
United Kingdom semi-finalists
Name: Catherine Hudson
Occupation: Fashion designer
Sustainable design technique: Zero-waste
Name: Eleanor Johnson
Occupation: Fashion Design Student at Nottingham Trent University
Sustainable design technique: Zero-waste
 
Name: Clémentine Sandner
Occupation: 2013 ESMOD Graduate
Sustainable design techniques: Zero-waste, up-cycling and reconstruction
France semi-finalists
Name: Louise de Testa
Occupation: Fashion designer
Sustainable design techniques: Zero-waste and up-cycling
Name: Aurore Schieberlein
Occupation: Fashion design assistant
Sustainable design technique: Zero-waste
 
Name: Jeremie Tessier
Occupation: Fashion designer
Sustainable design techniques: Zero-waste, up-cycling and reconstruction
Germany semi-finalists
Name: Bojana Drača
Occupation: Fashion designer
Sustainable design techniques: Zero-waste, up-cycling and reconstruction
Name: Karen Jessen
Occupation: Fashion Designer
Sustainable design technique: Reconstruction

Unfortunately Belgium will not be represented in the semi-finals of The EcoChic Design Award 2013 as none of the applications received reached the minimum judging standards needed to qualify. 

As none of the applicants from Belgium reached the competition minimum standards needed to qualify, there is now an additional ‘wildcard’ open position in the finals. Our international judging panel will be given the opportunity to award this place to one outstanding semi-finalist applicant from Hong Kong, Mainland China, Taiwan, Singapore, UK, France or Germany who will join the seven finalists from each of these regions in the January 2014 grand final fashion show.