Date: 24 November 2022

Time: 4pm-5pm

Hybrid: 
Venue: The Cocoon Space, 250 Orchard Road, #02-01, Singapore 238905
Virtual:
Zoom link will be made available to registered participants closer to the date of the event.

Participants: 25pax (in-person)

Fees

Member Free
Public (General) Free
Public (Student) Free

About

Join our seminar to learn more about our speakers’ diverse roles within the industry, spanning design, material science, and professional services. We’re excited to welcome our speakers:
 
Vu Nyugen – Lecturer, Apparel Design & Merchandising, School of Design, Temasek Polytechnic
 
Kevin Kho – Centre Manager, RGE-NTU, Sustainable Textile Research Centre
 
Cynthia Yap – Senior Manager – Sustainability & Climate Change, PwC Singapore.
 
They will be sharing their insights on growing areas within fashion sustainability, and their personal experiences working in the industry. This seminar welcomes all students, working professionals, and all general public members interested to work in fashion sustainability. Admission is free!
 
This is a hybrid event. Interested parties are encouraged to attend in-person to ask questions and get to know our speakers and interact with others interested in the fashion sustainability industry.
 
Register your spot here today.
 
Please note that physical attendance on first come first served basis, limited to 25 pax, subject to SFC’s confirmation. Only those who have registered for in person attendance and have received an email confirmation will be allowed access. This is due to space limitation, and SFC asks for your understanding.

Date: 5 November 2022

Time: 1pm-3pm

Venue: Closed Door

Participants: 20pax

About

Sustainable fashion is not only about buying sustainable, eco-friendly fashion items. As a consumer, it is also about post-consumption of garments – how we can be responsible with the end-of-life of our garments.

Programme Outline

In Weave Your Way to a Greener Planet, participants will learn about fashion sustainability and upcycle with manipulation of textile waste to create a display piece in order to give a new life and purposes to their unwanted garments.

Date: 5 November 2022

Time: 3.30pm-5.30pm 

Venue: Closed Doors

Participants: 20pax

About

Sustainable fashion is not only about buying sustainable, eco-friendly fashion items. As a consumer, it is also about post-consumption of garments – how we can be responsible with the end-of-life of our garments.

Programme Outline

In Weave Your Way to a Greener Planet, participants will learn about fashion sustainability and upcycle with manipulation of textile waste to create a display piece in order to give a new life and purposes to their unwanted garments.

Date: 23 November 2022

Time: 9am-6pm

Venue: The Cocoon Space, 250 Orchard Road, #02-01, Singapore 238905

Participants: 21pax

Fees

Member$800
Public (General)$1,000
Public (Student)$600

About

Circular concepts and development come with a host of opportunities to dig deeper and find solutions. It is however a mine field of too much information and not enough time. By putting together key points set-up in module format, the objective is to tackle sustainable initiatives more efficiently.

This course examines issues in a Southeast Asia lens.

Participants will be able to strategically evaluate materials with real-time challenges, visualize solutions, develop guides, materials and a vision guide in order to achieve sustainable objectives.

Programme Outline

  • Learn about sustainability in the context of S.E.A and challenges.
  • Learn about global sustainable development and initiatives and impact on SMEs and large corporations.
  • Understand the importance of implementing a circular fashion system.

Date: 1 December 2022

Time: 10.00am – 12.30pm

Venue: The Cocoon Space, 250 Orchard Road, #02-01, Singapore 238905

Participants: 30 pax

Fees

MemberFree (business registrants only)
Public (General)Not eligible
Public (Student)Not eligible

About

Singapore Fashion Council & B LAB SG Workshop
Many companies in the fashion industry are aspiring to be purpose-led; eschewing damaging environmental practices and embracing responsible reforms. Join us in this two-hour session as we shine a line on trailblazers in the fashion industry who are leveraging B Lab frameworks to build a more just, inclusive and regenerative world. From luxury fashion houses like Chloe to trusted outdoor brands like Patagonia, certified B Corps in fashion, health and beauty are disrupting business as usual, delivering on the UN Sustainable Development Goals and creating a shared prosperity for all.
 
B Corps are for-profit companies certified by B Lab to meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance, accountability and transparency. Purposeful, profitable and resilient, B Corps use the power of markets to maximise, not just profits but, value for all stakeholders – workers, communities, customers and the environment. To date there are over 200,000 users of B Lab tools globally and close to 6000 B Corps across 68 countries and 158 industries.
 

Programme Outline

Singapore Fashion Council and B Lab Singapore are delighted to invite you to this workshop to:
  • Learn about the different areas where your business can make a positive impact
  • Share vignettes of innovative B Corps in fashion and other industries on being a force for good
  • Explore a pathway to certification for your company as you reshape your supply chains, build an authentic brand and be a game changer in the world of beauty and fashion.