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by Make it last on 26 October, 2015

A new network aims at creating opportunities for emerging designers within the field of sustainable fashion.

One of EcoChic Design Awards last finalists, Swedish Amandah Andersson

The EcoChic Design Award Alumni Network is a new network of achieving sustainable designers around the world consisting of previous finalists and semi-finalists from previous EcoChic Design Award competitions. The network aims at creating opportunities through collaborations amongst the designers, connecting the designers with industry professionals who can offer job opportunities and further promoting their important work in designing sustainable fashion. The network is hence an incredibly important project in encouraging up-and-coming sustainable designers and hopefully to increase the interest for sustainable fashion to a new generation. Read more here.


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