|10:00 – 10:15||羊毛纖維特性簡介
|10:15 – 13:30
|14:45 – 15:45||設計分享︰手工藝 x 可持續時尚
|16:00 – 17:30||The intersection of craftsmanship and sustainability, how to reinvent product design?
Ms. Naomi Bailey-Cooper, Fashion Textiles Designer, Artist & Researcher
Ms. Sarah Jane Fergusson, Designer, Redress Design Award Alumna
Mr. Jesse Lee, Fashion Designer, Redress Design Award Alumnus
Ms. Holly McQuillan, Fashion Designer & Author
Moderator: Ms. Morgane Parizot, Education Senior Manager of Redress
陳輝棠先生於2008年加入The Woolmark Company。在紡織行業擁有37年豐富的經驗和人脈，特別是在毛衣製造及出口、針織品產品開發和紡紗業務。經常地在行業中， 向各公司包括從供應鏈到品牌至零售商，介紹美麗諾羊毛最創新的開發產品，並促進美麗諾羊毛的應用。
自從在倫敦大學和香港大學畢業獲得律師資格及在獲得美國職業高爾夫學院獲得專業資格後，Debbie對創作的熱情使她在職業生涯中急劇轉變，讓她在二十年前成為一名全職藝術創作人，並一直嘗試用不同的媒體進行創作，例如馬賽克、陶瓷、玻璃和纖維創作。 她除了為客人訂制可穿戴的藝術品外，亦與舞臺服裝設計師合作，用羊毛毯創作舞臺服飾，並為商業組織、時裝展和展覽創作。除了不時在香港設計學院任教外，Debbie也是中央美術學院、中國時裝設計師協會及美国Penland 工藝美術學院的客席講師，亦曾擔任連鎖酒店的藝術顧問和藝術展策展人。
Fashion Textiles Designer; Artist and Researcher
Naomi Bailey-Cooper is a fashion textiles designer, artist and researcher exploring values that could shape ethical and long-lasting fashion. Her work places an emphasis on the sensory tactility and aesthetic appeal of materials, working with ahimsa silk, Tencel, banana fibre and less traditional materials seen in textiles such as glass yarn, wild rubber and those sourced from pre-consumer waste streams. Focusing on a more conceptual approach to fashion design outside of the traditional system, Naomi aims to inspire creative methods by which fashion and textiles professionals could incorporate alternative materials and slower life cycles. Naomi has a PhD from London College of Fashion. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts, a Climate Reality Leader, and is listed in the Crafts Council Directory. Her work is regularly featured in various exhibitions and publications and through invited talks at conferences, universities and businesses.
Designer, Redress Design Award Alumna
Sarah Jane Fergusson is the Tokyo based designer behind Amaud. She made her fashion debut by winning the Redress Design Award Special Prize as part of Centrestage 2018.
With a degree in Bespoke Tailoring from London College of Fashion, she gained experience working for fashion houses such as Alexander McQueen and Missoni.
Her work focuses on sustainability and combines exceptional quality and craftsmanship. A creative problem solver with experience across multiple mediums, Sarah Jane has a passion for finding creative and practical solutions to the wasteful trends of fast fashion.
Fashion Designer, Redress Design Award Alumnus
Jesse Lee launched an upcycled Denim collection in 2020 with The R Collective transforming select Levi’s®️ aged inventory and irregular and leftover samples in a creative design effort to prolong denim’s lifespan. He won the Redress Design Award 2018 Second Prize Mentorship with Orsola de Castro as well as the Hong Kong Best Prize the same year. He holds a degree in Fashion Design from Kingston University (UK) and is currently studying a MA program in Menswear in University of Westminster (London, UK).
Fashion Designer & Author
Holly McQuillan’s work in the field of zero waste fashion design, articulates sustainable fashion systems and practice. She focuses on issues such as transition design, the impact of technology and how these can challenge established design, production and use practices. Holly co-authored Zero Waste Fashion Design with Timo Rissanen and together they are currently writing the second edition. She also co-curated Yield: Making fashion without making waste, the first contemporary exhibition focusing on zero waste fashion, and developed the award winning open-source zero waste resource Make/Use. Her work always seeks to broaden the impact of zero waste and sustainable fashion design through research, publication, workshops and lectures. Currently she is a PhD candidate in Artistic Research at the Swedish School of Textiles exploring zero waste systems thinking through the innovative design and production of textile-forms.
Education Senior Manager of Redress
Morgane oversees the education facet of Redress' flagship programme, the Redress Design Award. Trained as a chemist and holding an MSc from the French Textile Engineering School ENSAIT, she has a deep understanding of materials in general and a strong knowledge in textiles. She has over 8 years of experience in the apparel industry with companies such as Adidas and PVH, holding positions in sourcing, product development and more recently product & digital innovation. A certified Design Thinking practitioner with IDEO U and a firm believer that sustainable practices are the only future possible, Morgane is driven by creating human-centric innovative solutions that generate positive impact. She is passionate about sharing her knowledge and pushing the sustainability agenda.
YOU WILL LEARN ……
STEP 1: LEARN THE BASICS
STEP 2: DO IT YOURSELF
STEP 3: UPCYCLE YOUR DESIGN
設計分享︰手工藝 x 可持續時尚
STEP 4: INSPIRED BY DESIGNERS
The intersection of craftsmanship and sustainability, how to reinvent product design?