Fashion sustainability and technology at Sinulid Epilogue

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    All for Fashion: College of St. Benilde-School of Design and the Arts Dean Dottie Asela, Fashion Design and Merchandising Chairperson Christine Benet, and Associate Dean Cynthia Funk with SM’s Senior Vice President for Marketing Communications Group Millie Dizon.
    All for Fashion: College of St. Benilde-School of Design and the Arts Dean Dottie Asela, Fashion Design and Merchandising Chairperson Christine Benet, and Associate Dean Cynthia Funk with SM’s Senior Vice President for Marketing Communications Group Millie Dizon.

    A joint project of De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde’s Fashion Design and Merchandising Program and SM Megamall, Sinulid Epilogue is the final installment of the Sinulid trilogy which started in the Sinulid Prologue held last April at the DLS-CSB’s School of Design and the Arts followed by Sinulid: Altered Translation, an annual fashion show and exhibit held last July at SM Aura Premier.

    Sinulid Epilogue featured a series of talks, exhibits, activities and an upcycling competition all focused on the concepts of sustainability and technology. One of the highlights of the event was the gathering of educators from the top fashion schools and programs in the country to discuss The Impact of Education in Fashion and Sustainable Development among other talks.

    Allana Nicolas’ fear of the depth of the sea inspired her to create her Deep Sea Horror collection
    Allana Nicolas’ fear of the depth of the sea inspired her to create her Deep Sea Horror collection

    These included CSB, School of Fashion and the Arts, University of the Philippines, Institute of Creative Entrepreneurship, Fashion Institute of the Philippines and Fashion Institute of Design and the Arts Cebu gathered.

    The top ten collections from CSB-Fashion Design and Merchandising Program and children’s wear collection were also shown as part of the exhibit. A fashion upcycling contest was held with items from American retailer Forever 21.

    J. Patch, a children’s wear collection by Ericka Juliet dela Cruz, Angela Malazarte and Erika Mae Ng is inspired by the mixed art and elements of Japan.
    J. Patch, a children’s wear collection by Ericka Juliet dela Cruz, Angela Malazarte and Erika Mae Ng is inspired by the mixed art and elements of Japan.

    Showcased in the event was a 3D Body Scanner from the Philippine Textile Research Institute which aims to produce a Philippine Standard Sizing System. There were also exhibits from industry providers including Lectra, Norde, Reviva, Triple K and Manila Fashion Supplies.