Towards a Sustainable and Fashionable Future

Learn how you can contribute to a greener planet by making conscious
and sustainable fashion choices.

#TowardsZeroFashionWaste #BetheChange

Let's follow the journey of your clothes...

Step 1Product Design

Step 6Consumer Use

Circular Fashion

Step 2Material Production

Step 5Transportation

Step 3Garment Production

Step 4Packaging

Let's follow the journey of your clothes...

Circular Fashion

Step 1Product Design

Step 2Material Production

Step 3Garment Production

Step 4Packaging

Step 5Transportation

Step 6Consumer Use

Step 1

Product Design

Your fashion journey begins here. During the product design phase, this is where designers envision how the garments and accessories will look and feel to the touch. 

Step 2

Material Production

The clothes we wear are either made of natural fibres like cotton, linen and wool or man-made fibres like polyester, acrylic or viscose. In order to produce fibres, we need resources from nature.

Step 3

Garment Production

Our clothes are made during a sequential process which includes fabric development, dyeing, pattern making, sampling, cutting, and manufacturing. Manufacturers essentially take raw materials and turn them into finished products.

Step 4


Now that your clothes have been sewn, inspected and approved, they are ready to be packed. Did you know that garments are packaged multiple times before they reach you? Then, consider the yarns, trims, and other elements that are needed in garment production – they are delivered to the manufacturer in separate packaging as well.

Step 5


The fashion supply chain works in a global context, thus requiring transportation at different stages: Transportation of the fabric from the mill to the sewing factory; the finished garments from the sewing factory to the distribution centre; and finally, the finished garment to the retail stores, or directly to you when ordered online.

Step 6

Consumer Use

After a long journey, the garments you have consciously bought have finally reached your wardrobe. Continue learning about the following 7 habits you can be a responsible consumer, extend the life of your clothes, and reduce your environmental footprint.

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Organised by Singapore Fashion Council, the summit aims to provide insights into trends, developments, and topics that the region is having in areas of innovation and technology, and the sustainability of the fashion industry. The summit will also discuss how this culturally rich region is leveraging its craft to balance the insatiable demand for fast fashion; and how all these are impacting jobs and careers in this thriving industry.
Let us know your solution for driving fashion sustainability and stand a chance to win the grand prize of $3,000!
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.

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Trendstop combines future consumer insights, brand positioning and values, seasonal product direction, communications and experience.
Together with Fashion Reset, we are back with sustainability sharing and FREE 15min DIY scrunchie workshop at NTU Linkway @ Admin Building, 22 and 23 March 2023.
Organized by Fashion Reset: We’re back! Mark your calendars, and banish your post-V-day blues, cause we’re bringing our circular fashion options to the SHHK foyer on 15 & 16 Feb!
Start the year by hearing from invited industry speakers on case studies, and success stories on sustainability in the fashion industry. Make 2023 a year of sustainability action for your business. Register now!
Interested to know more about sustainability and environmental initiatives happening in Singapore? Join us for our first ever Eco Conference, organized by Temasek Polytechnic Green Interest Group, and hear from the invited speakers on different areas of sustainability.
Organized by Fashion Reset: Our alternative fashion fair includes free clothes swapping event, thrift pop-ups, a selection of upcycled goods and more!
Interested in fashion and sustainability, but unsure about how you can contribute to this growing ecosystem? Join us to learn and hear from industry experts of different backgrounds!
Calling for student applications in our upcoming overseas experiential learning trip to Indonesia: Sustainable Circular Economy Immersion for Youths!
Closed Door Workshop – 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.
Closed Door Workshop – 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.
Upcycling is a great way to breathe new life into forgotten pieces in your wardrobe – by TaFF and Alt.native.
Climate Action Week 2022: Learn to upcycle and transform your own existing garments to give them a new lease of life with us in this workshop!
Youth-led, curated by youth for you: This is our Fashion The Change Exhibition!
Climate Action Week 2022: Join our virtual seminar on circular and sustainable fashion.
Agents of change in the making.
Sustainable Fashion Workshop with the students of the @isssingapore ISS International School, Singapore.

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Step 1 - Product Design

Step 2 - Material Production

Step 3 - Garment Production

Step 4 - Packaging

Step 5 - Transportation

Step 6 - Consumer Use

Conscious Purchasing

Conscious purchasing is making informed decisions. It means taking the time to learn about the brands you love and nurturing the curiosity to discover alternative options that are fostering sustainable practices. Reflect on your buying habits and constantly question whether you need to buy something new.

With your purchasing habits, you have the opportunity to support local and sustainable brands – and thus play your own part in helping our planet become greener.

Step 6 - Consumer Use

Washing & Caring

Treat your clothes with some TLC and make sure that they are kept in the best possible condition. This does not only extend their life-span, but also keeps them looking as good as new.

One way to do so is by washing them only when absolutely necessary; preferably with cold water and choosing to line dry them instead of using the tumble dryer. When buying cleaning products, choose brands that don’t use toxic chemicals and are sustainably packaged.

Step 6 - Consumer Use

Mending & Upcycling

Mending your clothes is an act of love. This means repairing that dress you love, putting a patch on those jeans that fit you so well, and stitching that loose hem on the skirt you don’t wear anymore. Mending is spending quality time with the garment you once bought with so much excitement.

Upcycling is a creative adventure with endless possibilities. It’s upcycling a shirt into a dress or transforming a pair of pants into a skirt. Upcycling is reimagining a new use for any item you no longer wear.

Step 6 - Consumer Use


Swapping can be a fun and interactive activity to bring new life into your closet, upgrade your wardrobe, and discover new styles without spending a penny. Get together with your friends and organize a swapping evening, or organize a swapping lunch hour with your colleagues. There are also organizations that offer such services, and some retailers even host swapping events.

Step 6 - Consumer Use


One man’s trash is another man’s treasure, or so the adage goes. Clothes that you might no longer want to wear can find a new owner who will cherish and care for them.

But when donating, do be mindful of the charity you are working with. Many charities have guidelines ensuring that the donated garments will suit their beneficiaries and their purpose. The clothes you donate must be in good condition; just ask yourself: it is in a good enough condition that I would still wear them?

Step 6 - Consumer Use


Renting is an excellent option to find garments for special occasions. Do you have a wedding to attend? A ski trip? A gala event?

You don’t have to break the bank for a new outfit that will only be worn once or a handful of times. Renting also allows you to vary your style for the ‘Gram, giving you a fresh new #OOTD ever so often.

Step 6 - Consumer Use


Recycling is our last step in becoming a sustainable changemaker. After you’ve cared for your garments, and increased their lifespan through upcycling or swapping methods, the sad truth is that every outfit has an expiry date.

Recycling is the final and best option to dispose of such garments. If you have purchased a compostable garment, you may plant it in your garden or dispose of it in your composting bin. If this is not the case, bring it to the closest collection point where it will be sorted and taken to recycling facilities.