2013 EcoChic Design Award, Redress, Redress HK, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style, Hong Kong, China, zero waste

U.K. finalist Catherine Hudson used zero-waste construction techniques to craft her geometric dress and trouser.

2013 EcoChic Design Award, Redress, Redress HK, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style, Hong Kong, China, zero waste

This paneled coat from Hong Kong finalist Alex Law comprises secondhand carpeting and denim production surplus.

2013 EcoChic Design Award, Redress, Redress HK, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style, Hong Kong, China, zero waste

Mainland China finalist Xinyan Dai reconstructed her sculptural dress from secondhand jeans.

2013 EcoChic Design Award, Redress, Redress HK, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style, Hong Kong, China, zero waste

From France, finalist Louise de Testa created her bomber jacket and trouser using jersey production leftovers.

2013 EcoChic Design Award, Redress, Redress HK, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style, Hong Kong, China, zero waste

“Wildcard” finalist ClĂ©mentine Sandner, who hails from the United Kingdom, relied on discarded garments to craft her textured dress.

2013 EcoChic Design Award, Redress, Redress HK, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style, Hong Kong, China, zero waste

Taiwan finalist Tsung-Chin Chiang produced her patchwork dress from secondhand jeans and checked shirts.

2013 EcoChic Design Award, Redress, Redress HK, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style, Hong Kong, China, zero waste

Castoff clothing is the primary material in Singapore finalist Phee Ng, Swee Yee’s louvered dress.