Project Vogue Jr. Season 2-Sustainable Fashion-The Future of Fashion

Womenlines, as a Digital Media Partner, takes pleasure to share about a very innovative event for kids in Singapore Project Vogue Jr!

If your child age is between 8-15 years, and he/she has a liking for dress designing, do register for the event Project Vogue Jr. Season 2. Golden opportunity for kids to not only learn skills from experts to create items related to sustainable fashion such as clothing and tote bags from recycled materials in  3 days workshop but also get awareness on sustainability. The designs, designed by the kids will go into production. Later these products will be showcased on the RUNWAY at the GALA FASHION SHOW-

 

 

Womenlines, as a Digital Media Partner takes pleasure to share about a very innovative event for kids Project Vogue Jr!

Project Vogue Jr is about kid’s journey into the fashion world, experiencing and creating their expression of imagination where they will explore their designing talents. Cultivating young kids through three-day workshops using recycled materials is aimed to promote and spread the sustainable message and involvement in enriching the education of children. This programme offers hands-on experience to the participants while supporting their individuality and creativity. The objective of the workshop is to raise awareness on sustainability and to develop the creative skills of the young learners’ age 8-15 years.

Project Vogue Jr Season 1 held in 2018, is the brainchild of  Zenikoworld Pte Ltd founded by Aparna Chatterjee who has over 15 years of Fashion Industry experience. She worked with various brands like Bata, Crocs, Inditex group to name a few. Hashtag Enterprise Pte Ltd, Papia Choudhury, Creative Strategist, with experience in PR & Advertising, and with the zest to excel in experimenting with events that bring people, values and cultures in sync.

In season 1, 40 participants participated in a 6 weeks workshop. They created their mood boards based on the Spring-Summer -2019 trends. These were in turn made into Bag collection, which was presented for the gala night. During the workshops, they also designed on the shoes supported by sponsors Crocs.
The theme for Project Vogue Jr Season 2, is “Sustainable Fashion” where the participants will create and design their own T-shirt and tote bag with recycled materials. They will re-purpose their old clothes into creating something new. This will help them re-think what they throw away and channel their creativity to create something new from old resources and consume responsibly.

For season 2, International Partner, Eko buddy, founder, Mark Phippen from Australia will be flying down to Singapore, who advocates no use of plastic and his brand EKO is one of THE WORLD’S BEST BRAND IN SUSTAINABLE BAGS. In EKO, Fashion Meets Sustainability, a stylish, convenient & compact reusable bag for life on-the-go.

The workshops will be held on July 14, 21 and 28 to provide those aged between 8 to 15 years old an opportunity to experience the fashion environment and enhance their creativity at MDIS, School of Fashion and Design. Experts from the industry alongside with fashion design students of MDIS will guide and work closely with the kids to create sustainable fashionable items such as clothing and tote bags from recycled materials.

Season 2 Mentors lists include esteemed professionals, designers and entrepreneurs-
Aileen Yuan, seasoned Brand Manager for fashion products in South East Asia including brands such as Samsonite and Bata Footwear.
Deepthy is a Singapore-based designer with a cross-disciplinary background, specializing in designing footwear, lifestyle products, Jewelry, Apparels and Graphics.
Rashmi Sharan, Singapore based designer from NIFT, specializing in Apparel and visual designing. Designers will mentor participants in stages to conceptualize their ideas/ imagination into real products
Ritu Sahay, a Visual Merchandiser of Naiise Singapore, accomplished retail, design and visual merchandising professional with 10+ years of experience with leading international brands such as Nike, US Polo Assn., Energie, Allen Solly & Flying Machine.
Sheeba Porwal, Retail Consultant from India with strong experience in e-commerce and has her own clothing brand “ “SHEEBEE KIDS”, a perfect fusion blend between traditional and Western silhouette..

Participants will be taught to take the creative decision for any aspect of the project, such as; colour, texture, composition, typography, style, shapes, any images that inspire an idea, material board and various elements of designing put into the real product. The designs, designed by the kids will go into production. Later these products will be showcased on the RUNWAY at the GALA FASHION SHOW. Project Vogue Jr. is not just a fashion show to showcase the designs but is a show to showcase a child’s confidence within him/herself

Kids are encouraged to bring their pre-loved clothing for the workshop as they will be redesigning and creating something fresh from it. Tote bags are also provided as a canvas along with paintbrushes, fabric paints and even nail polish for kids to unleash their creativity as they are using something different apart from their everyday life.

Participant: Age 8 yrs. – 15yrs

Participation Fees- $250

Workshop Date : 14, 21, 28 July
4 August 2019 Gala Fashion Show

Group Discount : 3 sign ups – 15 % discount
5 sign ups – 20 % discount

Register at- https://forms.gle/kZW8UUXkSNu5RS479

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