A great success for the special event at Naked Hub in Shanghai where Garmon has awarded a young designer from Donghua University with a week of training in The Italian Job, Garmonâ€™s Research & Design studio in Italy.
On May 31st, Garmon Chemicals, CCI, COTTONSMITH, a COTTON USA brand license, and the College of Fashion and Design, Donghua University, jointly held the event â€œCotton Creation Era - Denim Creative Design Award Ceremonyâ€ at Naked Hub in Shanghai. From cotton fields to clothing, from soil to ready-made garments, all parties work together to innovate cotton life and promote the traceability and sustainability of and cotton raw materials fabrics, design and production.
Garmon Chemicals joined hands with COTTON USA, COTTONSMITH, and the students of the College of Fashion and Design, Donghua University to showcase break-through innovations to define the value of cotton in denim and in life. For this event, COTTON USA created opportunities for the integration of upstream and downstream supply chains, demonstrated design and fashion trends of cotton innovation and cotton apparel, creating high-quality cotton garments. Interpretation of â€œcottonâ€ in a denim garment.
At the event, COTTON USA demonstrated the natural properties and practicality of cotton based on the concept of environmental protection and sustainability, through cotton products presented by Garmon Chemicals and COTTONSMITH in a cotton-themed space created with a new perspective. The contestants from the Donghua University brought design works that are agile, pure, elegant, and dynamic, expressing the multi-dimensional interpretation of cotton and its unique style. A group of heavyweight guests, senior judges, authoritative media, and clothing professionals shared a new trend in cotton life. After intense competition, eight works were selected as they crossed barriers and broke with tradition. Garmon Chemicals has awarded Jingtian Wang as the best student with the most promising design proposal in the fashion Contest, with a week of training in The Italian Job lab located in Italy. COTTONSMITH has chosen the Best Commercial Potential Award product for further retail and â€œMiâ€ online sales.
â€œThis wonderful event marks once again the high level of attention and commitment that Garmon expresses promoting and all-round sustainable approach. â€“ claims Donald Mulazzani, Marketing and Business Development Director of Garmon Chemicals â€“ â€œAwarding a young Chinese designer that has been able to interpret this theme with a fresh and new perspective, represents a way to promote and stimulate talent with a global vision in mind, expanding our horizons outside Europeâ€.
Exploration of traceable, sustainable high-quality cotton life; How to ensure green, environmental, traceable, sustainable cotton? Through cooperation and promotion, COTTON USA promotes the traceability and sustainability of U.S. cotton throughout the entire supply chain, spinning, from cultivation weaving, to ready-to-wear, bringing about the safest, most comfortable and healthy experience.
â€œCOTTON USA collaborated with Garmon Chemicals, COTTONSMITH, and the College of Fashion and Design, Donghua University, focusing on the entire process of cotton, fabrics, from planting design, manufacturing, and washing process to finished garment. COTTON USA hopes to provide the students from the College of Fashion and Design (Chinaâ€™s future designers) with an opportunity to explore cotton creativity, participate in the business model platform and study future trends of cotton through this event.â€ - Ms. Karin Malmstrom Director, China and Northeast Asia at COTTON USA said - â€œWe call on young designers to learn about and embrace green and innovative apparel designs, so that more people can enjoy the benefits of the reliable, healthy and innovative lifestyle COTTON USA offersâ€.
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