Environmental NGO Redress companions VF for Redress Design Award



Environmental NGO Redress has entered right into a partnership with VF Corp and its Timberland model, identified worldwide for its sustainable design, for the Redress Design Award first prize. That is the third cycle of collaboration. The primary prize winner of the Redress Design Award 2021 will be a part of VF Company’s Timberland group to collaborate on a design mission.

The award is organised by environmental NGO Redress with Create Hong Kong of the Authorities of the Hong Kong Particular Administrative Area because the lead sponsor.

The Timberland prize partnership varieties a part of a wider long-term strategic relationship between the Redress Design Award and VF. That is the third cycle of collaboration working to drive significant change among the many future leaders of vogue by schooling, which varieties the spine of the programme, with over 50,000 people worldwide having benefitted from academic content material and actions all through the competitors’s historical past.

The partnership may even embrace a design problem for all ten finalists later this yr plus collaboration on key content material round round design in motion for the Redress Design Award 2021 open entry LEARN platform.

Redress founder Christina Dean shares, “We’re thrilled to welcome VF as soon as once more to the Redress Design Award as a key associate. Our shared imaginative and prescient with VF and Timberland – of making certain that the style business leaves a constructive impression – is core to our partnership. The business wants educated professionals coming into the market and our work to teach the long run technology of designers and enterprise homeowners is important. VF is one of some organisations really demonstrating a progressive method to sustainability, and the chance for the competitors winner to achieve real-life business expertise by the prize with Timberland is a real career-changing alternative.”

Redress lately launched its ‘Schooling Influence Report’ reflecting on the essential work that the Redress Design Award has delivered throughout the final 10 cycles to equip the following technology of vogue professionals with the information and instruments to rework their business. Designers in additional than 55 international locations and areas have benefitted from the Award’s academic choices, from self-led studying by way of open-access assets, to tailor-made workshops, academies and immersive business experiences.

The primary prize winner of the Redress Design Award 2021 will be a part of VF Company’s Timberland group to collaborate on a design mission, and may have the chance to work intently with VF’s Sustainability and Accountability group to achieve insights from throughout the provision chain from sourcing to product growth, whereas deepening their abilities and understanding round sustainable manufacturing and advertising.

Along with this career-boosting prize, the primary prize winner might be awarded US$6,400 as growth funding. The Runner-up and Hong Kong Finest winners of this cycle may even every obtain US$1,900 as growth funding – a primary within the Redress Design Award’s historical past – amongst different notable prizes.

The web software for the Redress Design Award 2021 is open till March 2021 for rising designers world wide with lower than 4 years’ skilled expertise. Thirty semi-finalists might be introduced on April 22 after which the ten finalists on Might 13. The finalists will present their collections in Hong Kong in early September 2021 on the livestreamed Grand Last Present, the place winners might be introduced.

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Environmental NGO Redress has entered right into a partnership with VF Corp and its Timberland model, identified worldwide for its sustainable design, for the Redress Design Award first prize. That is the third cycle of collaboration. The primary prize winner of the Redress Design Award 2021 will be a part of VF Company’s Timberland group to collaborate on a design mission.

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