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News from 2012 until 2013 // ZERO WASTE PATTERN CUTTING WORKSHOP



2013-12-30    Baltic Fashion EU Newsletter - second December edition
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2013-12-17    Exhibition opening: To make clothes that matter
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2013-12-16    Baltic Fashion EU Newsletter - December edition
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2013-12-09    Fashion Industry Action Plan 2014-2020
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2013-11-29    Baltic Fashion EU Newsletter - second November edition
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2013-11-14    Baltic Fashion EU Newsletter - November edition
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2013-10-18    Baltic Fashion EU Newsletter - October edition
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2013-09-12    Baltic Fashion EU Newsletter - September edition
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2013-08-29    Baltic Fashion EU Newsletter - August edition
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2013-07-31    Baltic Fashion EU Newsletter - second July edition
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2013-07-23    Register now for Baltic Fashion EU/Tallinn Business Incubator Summer School 2013
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2013-07-19    Register now for seminar on sustainability and innovation at Aalto University in Helsinki, Finland
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2013-07-03    Baltic Fashion EU Newsletter - first July edition
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2013-06-12    Baltic Fashion EU Newsletter - June edition
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2013-05-30    International press conference in Riga
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2013-04-18    Baltic Fashion Days Usedom
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2013-01-16    Baltic Fashion Catwalk: Three Batic designers presenting on Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Berlin
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2013-01-10    Swedish Fashion Rookies
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2013-01-09    Stockholm Fashion week coming up
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2012-12-03    Swedish Fashion Store.com just opened
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2012-10-31    Successful cooperation event in Riga
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2012-10-22    Vilnius Fashion Avenue
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2012-10-09    Zero Waste Pattern Cutting Workshop
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The Zero Waste Pattern Cutting Workshop took place at Aalto University in Helsinki 13–17.08.2012.
Zero Waste Pattern Cutting (ZWPC) is a method of pattern making that particularly aims to eliminate fabric waste from garment production.
The design researchers who brought this approach to light again, and started refining it, are Timo Rissanen and Holly McQuillan from New Zealand.
The participants included teaching faculty, students and designers from partnering organisations of the Baltic Fashion Network.
The objective was to gain practical knowledge of an innovative technique, Zero Waste Pattern Cutting, which could provide new perspectives for fashion design, while also developing sustainable design practices.
Quotations from participants: 
Andrej Subarew (Germany): The ZWPC-workshop showed me a fundamentally different way to pattern making.
Pia Mouwitz (Sweden): It challenges the traditional thinking and helps me to work in a more sustainable way.
Tuula Bergqvist (Finland): Zero waste technique is liberation in pattern making.
Mara Binde (Latvia): In general, zero waste fashion means a better future for my children.
The workshop was coordinated by Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture and it was part of  the ongoing Baltic Fashion project.

Read more:
http://zwpcworkshop.wordpress.com/



2012-09-17    Develop your fashion business through networks and innovations
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2012-07-10    LOHE & PUNUD - Textiles for Public Spaces
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2012-05-25    Survive in Fashion business
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2012-04-25    Dressed-Integrity - Exhibition in Stockholm
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2012-03-21    LATIA support young designers’ competition Art VIKO 2012
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2012-02-04    Tallinn-Turku 2011 Fashion Empowerment
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