Building sustainable brands, creating naturally sustainable products
Fashion should not be disposable. We have to change design to design change.
We are fashion surgeons, here to give clothes a second chance at life. We resuscitate dead stock and pre-loved clothing so that we can live in style without adding to the world’s landflls.
FOCUSING ON REDESIGN, RESTORE, REPAIR
REDESIGN: We specialise in redesigning and upcycling deadstock garments and material for individuals, fashion and lifestyle brands as well as corporates, NGOs and theatre groups, creating fashion pieces, artwork, home furnishings and costumes.
RESTORE: We hire low income sewing ladies from the Sham Shui Po, Shau Mau Ping, and Tsuen Wan areas in Hong Kong, as part of our Fashion Clinic sewing team. Everything is made locally.
REPAIR: We value our community, we come together as Fashion Clinic Collective to restore and redesign clothing, jewellery, hats and bags.
PROVIDING FOUR SERVICES
Extend life of clothing for customers.
Redesign & upcycle deadstock for brands.
Providing upcycle and repair workshops for people.
Transforming abandoned textiles into upcycled artwork.
THE COLLABORATIVE LANDSCAPE
We believe in a COLLABORATIVE way of working together rather than a COMPETITIVE way.
At Fashion Clinic, we differentiate ourselves with the “collective mindset”, as we bring together specialists from different areas in fashion to provide a head-to-toe repair redesign service for our clients.
THE PROCESS OF FASHION CLINIC
2021: achieved "BRAND for GOOND 2021" award; awarded the Fashion Incubation Programme funding, $330000; recieved Design Trust Seed Grant of $50000; BUD funding for developing our business outisde of HK $700000
2020: recieved research and travel grant from MADi, Make A Difference Institute,$50000, which paid for a research trip to Japan and Korea.
2019: recieved the grants below for curating and creating Future Fashion Lab, a 10 day sustainable fashion festival at The Mills.
DBS, Title Sponsor, $400000
Design Trust Feature Grant, $150000
Lush Charity Pot, $60000
The Mills, sponsorship of space and marketing support.