Design For Disassembly & End of Use Solutions
Jul 25, 2022 | 1:00 - 4:00 pm
Circular Design Workshop
Mindful Fashion are delighted to have Tara St James, an international circular design specialist, visiting us in New Zealand. Tara will run a circular design workshop for Mindful Fashion members, sharing global best practice with practical activities for you to learn from. The workshop is targeted at anyone working in the industry - design, production, product development, textiles and trims. The more cross-pollination across roles we have the more circular thinking can be introduced in every aspect of your business.
- Using recyclable or biodegradable materials
- Understanding mono-materiality
- Understanding the landscape for end of use
- Low impact and circular trims
- End of life considerations for materials
- Mindful Fashion members - complimentary
- Non-members. We have limited paid spaces available for non-members. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Sustainable Coastlines Flagship | 55 Madden St, Auckland CBD | Location Map
Tara St James launched Study NY in 2009 after designing high street fashion for over 15 years in Canada and the US. Study produced in NYC’s garment district using ethical fabrics and production methods. Shortly after starting Study NY, Tara focused on educating the next generation of designers on the importance of sustainability in design. She has extensive lecturing and teaching experience in NYC including teaching a class on sustainable textiles at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Study NY has been awarded the Ecco Domani Fashion Foundation prize as well as runner up in the CFDA / Lexus Sustainable Fashion Challenge. Most recently Tara worked as Production Coordinator and Research Fellow in the Sustainable Strategies Lab for Pratt’s Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator. She launched Re:Source(d), a consultancy, sustainable textile library and sourcing service in July 2019. And in 2021 Tara joined the team at Another Tomorrow as VP of Sustainability, Supply Chain and Culture.