Our Collaborators
We give emerging designers a platform to showcase their ground-breaking sustainable talents.
We work with award-winning sustainable designers from around the world, the talented alumni of The Redress Design Award, the world’s largest sustainable design competition run by our sister charity, Redress.
Through our upcycled capsule collections, we champion our collaborating designers’ design skills to bring fresh approaches to reducing a wide range of top quality waste materials.
Kévin Germanier, Switzerland
Eco-couturier. Redefining sustainable fashion
Kévin co-designed our inaugural Trailblazer Collection with Victor. A 2017 graduate from London’s Central Saint Martins, he quickly rose to fame following winning the 2016 competition cycle with his stand out upcycling techniques. His own brand, GERMANIER, continues on its ascendancy.
Tess Whitfort, Australia
Groundbreaking zero waste pattern techniques
Tess designed our upcycled and zero waste Avoidance Collection. A recent graduate from Australia’s Box Hill Institute, she combines her stand-out zero waste design expertise with her edgy streetwear aesthetic. A winner of the 2018 competition cycle, Tess also featured heavily in Frontline Fashion 3.
Jesse Lee, Hong Kong SAR
Rising Hong Kong fashion designer
Jesse designed our first upcycled Denim Reimagined collection transforming select Levi’s®️ aged inventory and irregular and leftover samples in a creative design effort to prolong denim’s lifespan. Jesse Lee won the Redress Design Award 2018 Second Prize as well as the Hong Kong Best Prize the same year.
Kate Morris, United Kingdom
Multi-award-winning Knitwear designer
Kate designed our Pop Collection range of upcycled knitwear. A graduate from UK’s Nottingham Trent University, she won Redress’ 2017 competition cycle with her unique approach to craft and high tech knitwear design. She also won PETA's 2017 Best Wool-Free Award for her own brand, Crop.
Lia Kassif, Israel
Bringing Juxtaposition to fashion
Lia Kassif designed our Military Collection, featuring upcycled military waste from around the world that was deconstructed and combined with excess bridalwear waste. She graduated from Israel’s Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and Art and was winner in the 2017 competition cycle.
Victor Chu, Hong Kong SAR
A Master Upcycler
Victor co-designed our Trailblazer Collection with Kévin. He is a 2015 graduate from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and a placed winner of the 2016 competition cycle, where he wowed judges with his artistry for zero waste design. When not collecting awards, Victor works at AtTwenty for G2000, one of Asia’s leading retail groups. He’s unflappable and unstoppable!
Wen Pan, China
London-based Chinese award-winning designer
Inspired by her life in London, Wen Pan, designed our capsule collection ‘RINSE’ which consists of confident silhouettes that are nostalgic to the British charm. The London-based Chinese award-winning designer graduated from Central Saint Martins and is also a finalist for the 2016 competition cycle.
Weiyu Hung, Taiwan
Embracing our Asian heritage and identity
A graduate from Netherland’s ArtEZ University of Arts, Weiyu was a part of Redress’ 2018 competition cycle. His modern upcycled pieces debuted for our Net-a-Porter’s Net Sustain launch and now also feature in our latest Refashioned collection. Today, Weiyu continues to grow his name sake brand, taking his talent to Dutch and London Fashion Weeks.
Pat Guzik, Poland
Sustainable Fashion Visionary
Pat Guzik brings her innovative sustainable design expertise to Refashioned's timeless aesthetic. A winner of the 2015/16 competition cycle, Pat Guzik has numerous international design awards under her belt. When not collecting awards, Pat works on her design atelier and often lectures in reputed universities across Poland and China.
  • Kévin Germanier, Switzerland
    Eco-couturier. Redefining sustainable fashion
    Kévin co-designed our inaugural Trailblazer Collection with Victor. A 2017 graduate from London’s Central Saint Martins, he quickly rose to fame following winning the 2016 competition cycle with his stand out upcycling techniques. His own brand, GERMANIER, continues on its ascendancy.
  • Tess Whitfort, Australia
    Groundbreaking zero waste pattern techniques
    Tess designed our upcycled and zero waste Avoidance Collection. A recent graduate from Australia’s Box Hill Institute, she combines her stand-out zero waste design expertise with her edgy streetwear aesthetic. A winner of the 2018 competition cycle, Tess also featured heavily in Frontline Fashion 3.
  • Jesse Lee, Hong Kong SAR
    Rising Hong Kong fashion designer
    Jesse designed our first upcycled Denim Reimagined collection transforming select Levi’s®️ aged inventory and irregular and leftover samples in a creative design effort to prolong denim’s lifespan. Jesse Lee won the Redress Design Award 2018 Second Prize as well as the Hong Kong Best Prize the same year.
  • Kate Morris, United Kingdom
    Multi-award-winning Knitwear designer
    Kate designed our Pop Collection range of upcycled knitwear. A graduate from UK’s Nottingham Trent University, she won Redress’ 2017 competition cycle with her unique approach to craft and high tech knitwear design. She also won PETA's 2017 Best Wool-Free Award for her own brand, Crop.
  • Lia Kassif, Israel
    Bringing Juxtaposition to Fashion
    Lia Kassif designed our Military Collection, featuring upcycled military waste from around the world that was deconstructed and combined with excess bridalwear waste. She graduated from Israel’s Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and Art and was winner in the 2017 competition cycle.
  • Victor Chu, Hong Kong SAR
    A Master Upcycler
    Victor co-designed our Trailblazer Collection with Kévin. He is a 2015 graduate from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and a placed winner of the 2016 competition cycle, where he wowed judges with his artistry for zero waste design. When not collecting awards, Victor works at AtTwenty for G2000, one of Asia’s leading retail groups. He’s unflappable and unstoppable!
  • Wen Pan, China
    London-based Chinese award-winning designer
    Inspired by her life in London, Wen Pan, designed our capsule collection ‘RINSE’ which consists of confident silhouettes that are nostalgic to the British charm. The London-based Chinese award-winning designer graduated from Central Saint Martins and is also a finalist for the 2016 competition cycle.
  • Weiyu Hung, Taiwan
    Embracing our Asian heritage and identity
    A graduate from Netherland’s ArtEZ University of Arts, Weiyu was a part of Redress’ 2018 competition cycle. His modern upcycled pieces debuted for our Net-a-Porter’s Net Sustain launch and now also feature in our latest Refashioned collection. Today, Weiyu continues to grow his name sake brand, taking his talent to Dutch and London Fashion Weeks.
  • Pat Guzik, Poland
    Sustainable Fashion Visionary
    Pat Guzik brings her innovative sustainable design expertise to Refashioned's timeless aesthetic. A winner of the 2015/16 competition cycle, Pat Guzik has numerous international design awards under her belt. When not collecting awards, Pat works on her design atelier and often lectures in reputed universities across Poland and China.