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DesignSingapore Council x UNIQLO Singapore Design Challenge – Mottainai: Old Clothes, New Life
LifeWear seeks inspiration from life’s needs, simple yet made of the highest quality. As UNIQLO continues to deliver clothing that improves the lives of our customers, we are seeking to do so in a manner that reduces impact on the environment for a more sustainable future. In line with the theme, Zero Waste, UNIQLO challenges practicing practicing local designers to design a wearable garment made from pre-loved UNIQLO products, with LifeWear at the core of inspiration.
Take part in this design challenge and stand a chance to be part of the 5 winning pieces showcased in a UNIQLO store and be featured on UNIQLO Singapore and Dsg’s social media pages!
- Participants can choose to personally gather or collect pre-loved Uniqlo products from the Uniqlo Office.
- 70% of the participants’ entry should be made out of at least 70% of pre-loved Uniqlo items. Generic waste/recycled items without any logo should make up the remaining portion of the entry.
- The Contest is open to all practising designers in all disciplines with no minimum years of experience required.
- Portfolios need to be submitted when registering with the same email address used to sign up to the webinar.
- Participants must have attended ‘Unlocking The Power of Clothing – UNIQLO Sustainability’ webinar organised by the Organisers on 20th January 2021.
More information about the design challenge can be found here. Please read and ensure you understand all the terms and conditions. If you’re ready to sign up for the design challenge, click on the button below.
Join one of the world’s biggest fashion retailers, UNIQLO, and learn more about the spirit behind its efforts towards building a better, more sustainable society and the steps it has taken to accelerate the shift to a circular business approach through the RE.UNIQLO initiative.
Gain insights and explore ways to be more sustainable through product design and innovative production methods from UNIQLO’s sustainability and merchandising specialists.
- Introduction by DesignSingapore Council
- Sustainability at UNIQLO
- UNIQLO Products: How It’s Made
- Introduction to the DesignSingapore Council x UNIQLO Singapore Design Challenge
If you are inspired by the topic of sustainability during the webinar, we would like to invite you to sign up for the design challenge and stand a chance to be featured in UNIQLO’s social media pages!
Presented by DesignSingapore Council in partnership with UNIQLO, and supported by the National Design Centre.
This event is part of the National Design Centre’s “Sustainability & Design” programme line-up for January 2021.