- Rebecca Earley
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The Trash 2 Cash project is an EU Horizons 2020 funded research consortium. that has focused on turning textile waste in to high value products, through DDMI (Design Driven Material Innovation) and new technologies. The project's podcast series by Professor Earley features conversations with scientists, material engineers, user behaviour experts, lifecycle assessment experts, industry designers and consultants. This final episode was made especially for DIF after Professor Earley visited Dutch Design Week. It highlights some of the best circular design at the show, as well as discussing the final project results, and also drawing from the Final Results seminar recordings (Weds 24th Oct.) where the teams who created the six new 'Mastercases' presented their insights and ideas.
Co-Director of Centre for Circular Design
Rebecca Earley is Professor of Sustainable Fashion Textile Design and co-founder of Centre for Circular Design at Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts London. Between 2000-2017 she lead the Textiles Environment Design (TED) unit developing sustainable fashion textile design strategies, curating exhibitions, facilitating workshops and creating original materials, models and prototypes. In 2007 she was nominated as a Morgan Stanley Great Briton for her contribution to sustainable fashion textiles in the UK.
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