LUXARITY presents ‘MADE IN LOVE’, a two-week sustainability focused fashion pop-up that will take place from November 17 to December 2 in Hong Kong. LUXARITY aims to marry “luxury” and “charity”, and to change the fashion industry from within, co-creating a future for fashion that is sustainable and transparent.
The curated collection of pre-loved luxury fashion items donated by the community are sold for a fraction of the original price.
LUXARITY is passionate about promoting conscious lifestyle and sharing with our local community how changes in the way we consume can have a meaningful impact globally.
—Cristina Ventura, LUXARITY founder
Hong Kong designers’ capsule creations
Additionally, stunning designer capsule collections of 100 limited edition items crafted from upcycled textiles will be exclusively produced for ‘MADE IN LOVE’.
The collections have been created by four young Hong Kong designers—Loom Loop, Cynthia & Xiao, Ffixxed Studios and Yeung Chin—who are leading forces in the movement to shape a much-needed new vision for sustainable fashion.
Alongside its partners, LUXARITY has organised a series of events to discover the benefits of sustainable living. The fashion pop-up will include a public launch; creative community live workshops; capsule designers meet & greet; made in art salon; and mindful yoga.
LUXARITY is a social venture with the vision to create a conscious living for all. Its mission is to build a community focused on sustainability and innovation by selling curated pre-loved luxury goods and upcycled capsule collections, collaborating with strategic partners, and giving all the benefits back to the community through grants.
Major players in Hong Kong’s community are lending their influential support to the cause, including Lane Crawford, Swire Properties, SCAD, HK Design Centre, Design Trust, Awethentic Studios, ARTsy, Indicube and Sinclair.
All proceeds from LUXARITY go towards supporting creatives and designers with educational grants focusing on sustainability, innovation and conscious production. ‘MADE IN LOVE’ will support alumni from PARSONS School of Design & SCAD graduates who have shown a commitment to using cutting-edge fashion technologies for sustainable product development.
When: Friday, November 17 to Saturday, December 2
Where: 15 St. Francis Street, Wan Chai
The Collection of Loom Loop symbolises a mixture of traditional craftsmanship of unique Guangzhou fabric with a modern approach. It adapts a reconstruction approach by using leftover denim fabric and non-shipped sweaters from garment factories.
Written By: Adriane Rysz