I met Carolina Bedoya and Carmen Gama a few years ago when they gave me a tour of the Eileen Fisher upcycling facilities in Irvington, NY called Tiny Factory.
MAKE ANEEW gives you a ready-made supply chain that recovers value from discarded garments through repair, remanufacturing and fiber-to-fiber recycling. We will explore the ways in which Make Aneew is bridging the gap between environmental sustainability and the fashion industry and how we got here.
Mentioned in this workshop:
Make Aneew and the story of why and how Carolina Bedoya and Carmen Gama started upcycling
What is Circular Design and how can it help businesses become more sustainable
Tips to get started doing your own fashion remanufacturing
Looking to the future
We’re designers with over 20 years of combined fashion industry experience, and our eyes are open — we see the waste and abuse to people and our planet, but we also see innovation and opportunity waiting patiently to be claimed.
As resourceful, creative and passionate problem solvers, we’ve become go-to experts for fashion remanufacturing. We started this journey helping industry leaders like EILEEN FISHER, Public School, Jonathan Cohen and others to develop scalable solutions for repair, reuse and recycling, and now we’re bringing our skills and our network of innovative partners to you.
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