GREEN DESIGN WINNER. Cebu Institute of Technology-University bagged the grand prize for their tropical paradise-inspired collection. Graphics and Media Students Christian Conienda, Jeson Baraclan and Jordan Bayot receive their cash prize and trophy made from VECO's recycled wooden crate.
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GREEN DESIGN WINNER. Cebu Institute of Technology-University bagged the grand prize for their tropical paradise-inspired collection. Graphics and Media Students Christian Conienda, Jeson Baraclan and Jordan Bayot receive their cash prize and trophy made from VECO's recycled wooden crate. Previous Next

Sustainability

GFR 2015: From waste to wearable

  • Green Fashion Revolution (GFR) engages student stakeholders by showing there is treasure in trash
  • Wearing reworked, recycled, and pre-loved clothing saves money and helps the environment

Aboitiz stages the 4th run of the Green Fashion Revolution, an intercollegiate competition that showcases the eco-friendly designs of Cebu’s talented youth. Bannering the theme “ECOUTURE: Greener Design for a BetterWorld”, this year’s cycle gathered four groups of budding young designers from the University of the Philippines in Cebu, Cebu Institute of Technology-University, University of San Carlos-Talamban, and University of San Jose Recoletos. Cebu GFR 2015: From waste to wearable Green Fashion Revolution (GFR) engages student stakeholders by showing there is treasure in trash Wearing reworked, recycled, and pre-loved clothing saves money and helps the environment Institute of Technology-University bagged the grand prize for their cohesive and wellthought collection using recycled materials.

Green Fashion Revolution is a Wealth on Waste program under BetterWorld’s Waste Management focus area. This year’s GFR cycle used a total of 200 kilos of wastes gathered from the different Aboitiz business units. By staging the GFR on September 26, Aboitiz joined the Global Day of Action on Climate Change to help combat environmental degradation through proper waste management.

Sponsored by the Aboitiz Foundation, GFR encourages people to practice the 3Rs – reduce, reuse, and recycle. As part of its commitment to make an impact through sustainable design, CIT-U adopted the Agsungot Integrated School in Cebu where a livelihood program for the parents will be provided to augment the matriculation fees and allowance of students.

GFR 2015 Winners:

BEST DESIGN COLLECTION (Grand Winner) – Cebu Institute of Technology-University
1st Runner-up: University of San Carlos, Talamban
2nd Runner-up: University of the Philippines, Cebu
3rd Runner-up: University of San Jose Recoletos

SPECIAL AWARDS
Best Accessories Design: University of the Philippines-Cebu
Best Footwear Design: University of San Carlos-Talamban
Best Bag Design: University of the Philippines-Cebu
Best Clothing Design: Cebu Institute of Technology-University

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