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How can we balance production and consumption with a finite pool of resources? The challenge is particularly pronounced in industries such as fashion, but even there it is possible to operate with less wasteful outcomes and nudge consumer behaviour, while upholding principles of quality and longevity. GINLEE Studio shows a way forward.
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Unveiling a fusion of innovation and sustainability, GINLEE Studio, a trailblazer in Singapore's fashion landscape, has taken a bold step towards reducing waste and fostering circular fashion practices. The brand's co-founder, Gin Lee, shares her insights into their latest design-led initiative, _/\/\/\ake O, and its resounding impact.
Recycle old garments into #OOTD ‘fits with _/\/\/\ake O.
The initiative, which involves four hands-on workshops and experiences, is a way to get people to be involved in the circular fashion scene and to show how unwanted materials such as offcuts and preloved clothes can be transformed into uniquely re-designed bags and accessories.
At Ginlee Studio, you can turn an unwanted, ordinary T-shirt into a bag.
Transforming your favourite old outfit into something new and useful just got easier.
Help reduce waste by transforming any of your unused or unwanted fabrics into re-designed products on your next visit to Singapore.
Make O is a design-led circular initiative by GINLEE Studio.
And it aims to promote sustainability and reduce waste in the fashion industry.
The workshop turns T-shirts into bags to raise awareness of the issue of waste in the fashion industry
GINLEE Studio’s latest _/\/\/\ake O initiative is an open invitation to close the loop of excess production
With _/\/\/\ake O, customisation goes beyond mere colour choices—instead taking you on a circular design journey using unwanted fabrics like your favourite old tees.
GINLEE Studio’s _/\/\/\ake O Experience aims to slow down the pace of fashion apparels in the landfills.
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If you’d like to add some edge to your fashion, perhaps consider styling your fit up with a unique bag – and a handmade one, at that. Take a trip to GINLEE Studio, where you’ll learn how to make a pleated bag in-store.
For thoughtfully-designed fashion that’s made with our planet in mind, drop by GINLEE STUDIO. The dresses from this local brand prides itself on using long-lasting materials that are sustainably produced, which prevents waste and overproduction.
It’s nice to support local talent when you’re shopping in Singapore. GINLEE Studio is a Singaporean slow fashion label founded in 2011 by Gin Lee and Tamir Niv, who combined their fashion and industrial design backgrounds. They believe in making fashion that matters. Their pieces are sustainably made and also functional and stylish enough to cover casual days, work and nights out.
Established in 2011, GINLEE Studio is a contemporary womenswear label helmed by Singaporean & Israeli designers Gin Lee and Tamir Niv. Equipped with Fashion and Industrial design backgrounds, their designs extend towards 3D elements that not only flatter the female form, but make wearable pieces of art.
With soft lines and a palette of off-whites, pebble wash, and accents of wood and stainless steel, clients are instantly submerged into a soft world of serenity.
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GINLEE Studio’s knack in marrying minimalist designs with quality fabrics and workmanship has earned her a steady base of fans. Check out her versatile dresses, flattering bottoms and clean shirts.
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Known for designs that leverage the clean, sleek lines of a minimalist silhouette, Singaporean Gin Lee’s jumpsuits and dresses have clever fashion-intelligent details like pin-tucked sleeves and imperfect pleats for a relaxed, flattering fit that is always in style. Originally launched in Israel (where her partner and c0designer Tamir Niv is from), the brand continues to embrace its original ecoconscious approach using sustainable viscose fabric and two ongoing initiatives (GOOD and _/\/\/\ake) aimed at tackling the issue of waste and overproduction while highlighting the importance of tactile-led fashion