Designer(s): Anita Tran, United States
Category: Haute Couture, Student
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I first heard about sustainable fashion design through wood Tobe-Coburn school. I debuted my first sustainable collection for my graduation project, where I recycled textile waste from several garment factories to make my collection. I now put more thought into recycling and reducing waste through various fabric cutting techniques.
As a designer witnessing our earth’s resources rapidly diminishing and the increasing amount of textile waste discarded day-by-day, I’ve become very motivated to utilize every piece of textile in my creations. It gives me a great sense of satisfaction to give a new life to previously discarded textiles. It all started when I saw the waste from a clothing label vendor. I took some of the unwanted labels home and weaved them into a fabric. During the weaving process, I was reminded of the legend of Mulan, a woman warrior who was known for being strong and feminine at the outside of her.
About the Designer/Company
As a highly skilled student designer. My experience aligns well with wood Tobe-Coburn School. With my training at wood Tobe-Coburn School, I would love to work for a company that focuses on fashion. It had been my passion and career since I had started the field.
With more than 2 years' experience as a Fashion Design student at wood Tobe-Coburn School, I am adept in CAD softwareâ€™s, fashion art and design, draping and pattern-making. Moreover, while my on-the-job experience has afforded me a well-rounded skill set, including first-rate attention to detail and creativity.