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FASHION SUMMIT (HK) 2022

Designers’ Sharing: Our Sustainable Fashion Journey

Date 15 November 2022 (Tuesday)
Time 2:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Venue1/F Lecture Hall, Clothing Industry Training Authority (CITA)
63 Tai Yip Street, Kowloon Bay
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LanguageEnglish
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PROGRAMME

14:35 – 14:55 Consumer Perceptions of Sustainable Fashion in Hong Kong and Macau
  • Dr. Chris Lo, Associate Professor, School of Fashion & Textiles, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
14:55 – 15:15 Establishment of Creative and Sustainable Fashion in Hong Kong
  • Ms. Juliana Lam, Founder & President of INNOTIER
15:15 – 15:30 V VISSI x Look Cool Do Good
  • Ms. Vickie Au, Founder & Creative Director of V VISIONARY DESIGN STUDIO
15:30 – 15:45 Design Decisions: The Science of Impact
  • Ms. Natalie Chan, Managing Director of PIE Strategy Ltd.
15:45 – 16:00 Networking Break
16:00 – 17:00 Panel Discussion: Do Emerging Fashion Professionals have the Skills for a Sustainable Industry today?
  • Ms. Meiyan Chan, Redress Design Award Alumni
  • Mr. Greg Cole, Co-founder of éCLAIR and dejaWOOO
  • Dr. Chris Lo, Associate Professor, School of Fashion & Textiles, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  • Ms. Marianne Mclean-Atkins, Sustainable Fashion Education Director of REDRESS

Moderator:
Ms. Laura Westbrook, Journalist at South China Morning Post
Remarks :
The co-organisers reserve the right to change the programme, content, session, speakers, format and schedule of the event without prior notice.

SPEAKERS

Marianne Mclean-Atkins

Marianne Mclean-Atkins

Sustainable Fashion Education Director of REDRESS

Marianne Mclean-Atkins

Sustainable Fashion Education Director of REDRESS

Dr. Chris K. Y. Lo

Dr. Chris K. Y. Lo

Associate Professor, School of Fashion & Textiles, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Dr. Chris K. Y. Lo is the Associate Professor, discipline leader of fashion business, former programme director of BA in Fashion and Textiles, and Chairman of MA in Sustainable Fashion and Innovation Programme development committee at the Institute of Textiles and Clothing of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He teaches sustainability-related subjects at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

He published in mainstream business journals such as Organization Sciences, M&SOM, Journal of Operations Management, Decision Sciences, Journal of Business Ethics, focusing on the environment, human health, and sustainability. Many of his publications confirm a direct linkage between environmental and social performance and firm short-term and long-term financial performance.

His recent study about why firms ignored workers’ safety issues was covered by international newspapers, such as the Guardian, and won the best paper award of Journal of Operations Management in 2020. He is also the winner of the Responsible Research in Management Award 2017, PolyU faculty award for outstanding performance and achievement in teaching (Individual Award) 2017, and faculty award for research and scholarly activity (team award) “ Research projects combating COVID-19” in 2020.

He is the associate editor of Decision Sciences (Product and process innovation department), Service Science (Environmental and Social Responsibility Department), guest editor, and editorial review board of Journal of Operations Management.

Dr. Chris K. Y. Lo

Associate Professor, School of Fashion & Textiles, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Dr. Chris K. Y. Lo is the Associate Professor, discipline leader of fashion business, former programme director of BA in Fashion and Textiles, and Chairman of MA in Sustainable Fashion and Innovation Programme development committee at the Institute of Textiles and Clothing of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He teaches sustainability-related subjects at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

He published in mainstream business journals such as Organization Sciences, M&SOM, Journal of Operations Management, Decision Sciences, Journal of Business Ethics, focusing on the environment, human health, and sustainability. Many of his publications confirm a direct linkage between environmental and social performance and firm short-term and long-term financial performance.

His recent study about why firms ignored workers’ safety issues was covered by international newspapers, such as the Guardian, and won the best paper award of Journal of Operations Management in 2020. He is also the winner of the Responsible Research in Management Award 2017, PolyU faculty award for outstanding performance and achievement in teaching (Individual Award) 2017, and faculty award for research and scholarly activity (team award) “ Research projects combating COVID-19” in 2020.

He is the associate editor of Decision Sciences (Product and process innovation department), Service Science (Environmental and Social Responsibility Department), guest editor, and editorial review board of Journal of Operations Management.

Laura Westbrook

Laura Westbrook

Journalist at South China Morning Post

Laura Westbrook is a veteran multimedia journalist with 14 years’ experience across digital, TV and radio, and is currently a Correspondent at the South China Morning Post newspaper. Prior to that, she worked for the BBC in London, as a reporter and senior producer covering a range of global stories such as Brexit and the US 2018 midterm elections.

Laura Westbrook

Journalist at South China Morning Post

Laura Westbrook is a veteran multimedia journalist with 14 years’ experience across digital, TV and radio, and is currently a Correspondent at the South China Morning Post newspaper. Prior to that, she worked for the BBC in London, as a reporter and senior producer covering a range of global stories such as Brexit and the US 2018 midterm elections.

Juliana Lam

Juliana Lam

Founder & President of INNOTIER

Ms. Juliana Lam, founder and president of INNOTIER. In 2020, with a passion for ESG, she decided to complete the supply chain by building her own retail brand INNOTIER, embracing a new human-centric approach offering new necessities solutions combining: “Hygiene technology x Sustainability x Fashion Lifestyle”. It tackles the unavoidable new normal through innovative top hygiene patents, sustainability and a trendsetting approach while building businesses with purpose.

Juliana influenced by her heritage roots in gloves manufacturing since 1963. Rebuilt Julius Industries Limited (JIL) in 2016, she’s been established from a 2nd generation to a new generation… Claiming her title as “Queen of Gloves”. JIL is also a leading manufacturer innovated with the latest technologies combining traditional craftsmanship for gloves & fashion accessories and garment production.

Juliana Lam

Founder & President of INNOTIER

Ms. Juliana Lam, founder and president of INNOTIER. In 2020, with a passion for ESG, she decided to complete the supply chain by building her own retail brand INNOTIER, embracing a new human-centric approach offering new necessities solutions combining: “Hygiene technology x Sustainability x Fashion Lifestyle”. It tackles the unavoidable new normal through innovative top hygiene patents, sustainability and a trendsetting approach while building businesses with purpose.

Juliana influenced by her heritage roots in gloves manufacturing since 1963. Rebuilt Julius Industries Limited (JIL) in 2016, she’s been established from a 2nd generation to a new generation… Claiming her title as “Queen of Gloves”. JIL is also a leading manufacturer innovated with the latest technologies combining traditional craftsmanship for gloves & fashion accessories and garment production.

Natalie Chan

Natalie Chan

Managing Director of PIE Strategy Ltd.

Natalie leads the passionate team at PIE Strategy, a certified impact consultancy (certified B Corporation®) specialising in helping corporations in Asia develop and implement bespoke sustainability strategies and programmes to build resilience and drive sustainable growth. With over 18 years of experience as an intrapreneur setting up and leading the corporate responsibility and sustainability practice at multinational corporations headquartered in Asia, including Swire Pacific and Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels groups, Natalie brings deep knowledge of driving sustainable and purposeful transformation at corporations to PIE and its clients in Asia. Natalie holds an Executive MBA from INSEAD, France and Tsinghua University, China and completed The Prince of Wales’s Business and Sustainability Programme at the University of Cambridge, U.K.

Natalie Chan

Managing Director of PIE Strategy Ltd.

Natalie leads the passionate team at PIE Strategy, a certified impact consultancy (certified B Corporation®) specialising in helping corporations in Asia develop and implement bespoke sustainability strategies and programmes to build resilience and drive sustainable growth. With over 18 years of experience as an intrapreneur setting up and leading the corporate responsibility and sustainability practice at multinational corporations headquartered in Asia, including Swire Pacific and Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels groups, Natalie brings deep knowledge of driving sustainable and purposeful transformation at corporations to PIE and its clients in Asia. Natalie holds an Executive MBA from INSEAD, France and Tsinghua University, China and completed The Prince of Wales’s Business and Sustainability Programme at the University of Cambridge, U.K.

Greg Cole

Greg Cole

Co-Founder of éCLAIR and dejaWOOO

Greg is the Co-Founder of marketing consultancy éCLAIR and pre-owned fashion platform dejaWOOO.

With over a decade of consultancy experience in China and Asia-Pacific, his work has ranged from building and protecting reputations of global groups, to implementing consumer activations for brands across lifestyle sectors, including Kering, L’Oréal Group, Bluebell Group, Macy’s, Marriott International and Bentley. His work in Asia has been recognised by various awards including Young Dragon of Asia by PMAA (Promotion Marketing Awards of Asia) and “Best Use of Digital” by  PR Week Asia Awards.’

Greg Cole

Co-Founder of éCLAIR and dejaWOOO

Greg is the Co-Founder of marketing consultancy éCLAIR and pre-owned fashion platform dejaWOOO.

With over a decade of consultancy experience in China and Asia-Pacific, his work has ranged from building and protecting reputations of global groups, to implementing consumer activations for brands across lifestyle sectors, including Kering, L’Oréal Group, Bluebell Group, Macy’s, Marriott International and Bentley. His work in Asia has been recognised by various awards including Young Dragon of Asia by PMAA (Promotion Marketing Awards of Asia) and “Best Use of Digital” by  PR Week Asia Awards.’

Meiyan Chan

Meiyan Chan

Redress Design Award Alumni

Meiyan Chan is a sustainable fashion designer based in Hong Kong. She is the winner of the Redress Design Award 2019 Hong Kong Best Runner-up Prize. She studied Fashion Design at ESMOD Paris and works as a ready-to-wear and evening wear designer across Hong Kong SAR, China and USA. Her designs are aiming at novelty, versatility and longevity. She believes “you are what you wear, your choice of garment should represent who you are, your style, your personality and your ethic” Currently, she is the designer for The R Collective, meanwhile working on her collection to promote sustainable fashion.

Meiyan Chan

Redress Design Award Alumni

Meiyan Chan is a sustainable fashion designer based in Hong Kong. She is the winner of the Redress Design Award 2019 Hong Kong Best Runner-up Prize. She studied Fashion Design at ESMOD Paris and works as a ready-to-wear and evening wear designer across Hong Kong SAR, China and USA. Her designs are aiming at novelty, versatility and longevity. She believes “you are what you wear, your choice of garment should represent who you are, your style, your personality and your ethic” Currently, she is the designer for The R Collective, meanwhile working on her collection to promote sustainable fashion.

Vickie Au

Vickie Au

Founder & Creative Director of V VISIONARY DESIGN STUDIO

Designer Vickie AU, experienced Fashion Designer with a demonstrated history of working in the apparel and fashion industry for twenty years, skilled in trend analysis, corporate’s branding, , fashion design and education.

She established “V Visionary Design Studio” on 2018 with the focus on sustainable fashion and launched her sustainable fashion brand “V VISSI” on 2019.

In addition, Vickie extended her business not only in sustainable fashion but also with the goal of “Fashion for Good”. She developed the social innovation team, “Look Cool Do Good” to execute the empowerment with the community, fashion industry stakeholders and corporates through “Collaborative, Innovative and Sustainable“ to co-create her products and services with the sustainable and community empowerment concept. She awarded the funding from Create Hong Kong and SIE Fund to support her “Fashion for Good”  business concept on “Creativity, Transformation, Sustainability”.

International Award

Red Dot (Germany) “Best of the Best” Award 2021 in Design Concept

The Winner for IDA’s Fashion Design of the Year Award 2020 (USA)

International Design Awards (USA) 2020, Gold in;

  • Pret-a-porter, Men
  • Pret-a-porter, Women

 

International Design Awards (USA) 2020, Silver in;

  • Apparel Category & Runway Collections
  • Textile And Materials and Apparel Category & Apparel Projects
  • Other Fashion Designs, Recycle & Sustainable Fashion,

 

A’ Design Award (Italy) Bronze in Green Design Category

 

International Show

London Fashion Week FW 2018

Copenhagen Fashion Week FW 2017

Amazon Tokyo Fashion Week SS 2017

Vickie Au

Founder & Creative Director of V VISIONARY DESIGN STUDIO

Designer Vickie AU, experienced Fashion Designer with a demonstrated history of working in the apparel and fashion industry for twenty years, skilled in trend analysis, corporate’s branding, , fashion design and education.

She established “V Visionary Design Studio” on 2018 with the focus on sustainable fashion and launched her sustainable fashion brand “V VISSI” on 2019.

In addition, Vickie extended her business not only in sustainable fashion but also with the goal of “Fashion for Good”. She developed the social innovation team, “Look Cool Do Good” to execute the empowerment with the community, fashion industry stakeholders and corporates through “Collaborative, Innovative and Sustainable“ to co-create her products and services with the sustainable and community empowerment concept. She awarded the funding from Create Hong Kong and SIE Fund to support her “Fashion for Good”  business concept on “Creativity, Transformation, Sustainability”.

International Award

Red Dot (Germany) “Best of the Best” Award 2021 in Design Concept

The Winner for IDA’s Fashion Design of the Year Award 2020 (USA)

International Design Awards (USA) 2020, Gold in;

  • Pret-a-porter, Men
  • Pret-a-porter, Women

 

International Design Awards (USA) 2020, Silver in;

  • Apparel Category & Runway Collections
  • Textile And Materials and Apparel Category & Apparel Projects
  • Other Fashion Designs, Recycle & Sustainable Fashion,

 

A’ Design Award (Italy) Bronze in Green Design Category

 

International Show

London Fashion Week FW 2018

Copenhagen Fashion Week FW 2017

Amazon Tokyo Fashion Week SS 2017

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