Green Concept Award

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Bio-invasive Library

A win-win solution for both biodiversity & fashion

The Bio-Invasive Textile Library is a sustainable solution that combines invasive plants and fashion technology. By utilizing invasive plants as raw materials for fibers and dyes, it aims to address biodiversity loss and promote ethical treatment of animals. The project focuses on achieving zero waste dyeing and technical production processes, utilizing wasted textiles for the development of ancillary bio-invasive materials. Innovative technologies such as "implanting," "felting," and "spinning" are employed to create new textiles, offering fashion designers a library of sustainable options.

University of the Arts London Central Saint Martins
University of the Arts London offers an extensive range of courses in art, design, fashion, communication and performing arts. UAL is ranked second in the world for Art and Design in the 2022 QS World University Rankings®.
United Kingdom
Xue Chen
I'm Xue, a Bio-fashion and Upcycling designer who is passionate about integrating sustainable design thinking into my creative process. I believe in the power of design to shape our world and society, and I strive to make a positive impact through my unique design method.I believe that fashion should be a catalyst for change, inspiring others to embrace a more eco-conscious lifestyle and appreciate the beauty of upcycled materials.With a vision to reshape the future of fashion, I continue to push boundaries and challenge conventional design norms. My relentless pursuit of sustainable design
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