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Introduction To Zero Waste Design

Over a third of materials from fashion supply chains currently goes to waste, representing a significant environmental and financial cost to the business. 

Zero-waste is a design technique that aims to address this by eliminating textile waste at the design stage. Here, our partner Redress provides a quick introduction to zero-waste designing with tips from some leading designers. 

5 steps to zero-waste design: 

  1. Source your textiles or yarns 
  2. Think before you cut & take your time 
  3. Aim to use…
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A Designer's Guide to Zero Waste

Learn from Redress Design Award Alumni, Angus Tsui, about how to approach design from a zero waste perspective.

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