The designer is extremely concerned about sustainability as she always wanted her work to portray more than just clothes. It was when she participated in the Redress Design award competition and had the opportunity to share and exchange sustainable ideas, that she truly understood the extent of her power as a designer to shape a better future for the fashion industry. She gained this perception at the competition, during a workshop in Tal Apparel Factory in Dongguan. As it made her become more aware of production means in fashion and the amount of energy and waste they generate, she realized that it is of her power and duty as a designer to always choose waste reducing and mindful practices in her production.
Therefore, she carries sustainable practices in her current projects: Her Streetwear line is produced locally to support independent small businesses, using “unique patterns that allow efficient use of materials and the reduction and elimination of textile waste”. Her RELOVE line presents second-hand clothing, using “an alternative sourcing of the textiles”, such as unwanted garments, stocks textiles, and production leftovers. Furthermore, she uses recycled packaging and recycled printing paper through an ecological printing house, which is FSC Recycled and ECOLABEL certified. In harmony with her ethical practices, her collections are based on ethical values: “responsibility, local production, cooperation, and transparency”.