Selected as a finalist for the Redress Design Award in 2018 — the world’s largest sustainable fashion design competition. Designed a capsule collection made from upcycled textiles, recycled plastic yarn, and hand fashioned recycled plastic beads.
Presented collection at Hong Kong Fashion Week as part of the the Redress Runway Show.
Pill box clutch bag made from new technique of hand generated recycled plastic material. Final forms shaped in silicone molds then crafted into bag.
Re-purposed tulle destined to be thrown out due to factory machinery issues on selve edge and holes in the fabric. Dyed, cut into strips, resewn, and layered to create a tartan effect.
Created a flat bed machine knitting technique to pleat the fabric.
Created a new recycled plastic material made from shredded pre-used plastic. Fashioned various bead shapes with silicone molds.
Fully fashioned knitted jacket - Yarn made from recycled plastic bottles, and beads made from hand generated recycled plastic material.
High Stretch Rib Knit Twin Set - made from two shades of recycled PET yarn.
Close up of work in progress of mini dress.
Close up of flat machine knitting beading technique.
Tartan Coat and Jumpsuit made from hand crafted embroidery technique.
Made from 100% silk fabric offcuts and silk fabric manufacturing waste.
Skirt made from dammaged tulle offcuts, and hand crafted zero waste offcut material.
Fabric sewn into tartan effect, then Knit-Pleated into the waistband.
Collection shown in Amsterdam’s Fashion for Good Museum.