for Textile, Fashion and Lifestyle Sector
The fashion and textile industry is one of the largest polluters in the world and as the industry grows, so does the negative footprint it leaves on the environment. There are innovative solutions and alternatives that help mitigate the environmental risk. This journey begins with raising awareness and with the willingness to make a change.
At TaFF, we recognise that no single individual or organisation can do this alone, and therefore we present you with an opportunity to collaborate and drive systemic changes to build a sustainable future in the world of fashion and lifestyle. We invite individuals, corporations, businesses and organizations to join us in a journey to make a positive change to the environment.
Sandboxed project whiteboard for businesses and organisations to collaborate, innovate and learn together on how to solve issues within our industry.
Towards Zero Fashion Waste
Opportunities and priorities for our sector.
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- Conscious fashion consumption
- Recycling and collection initiatives
- Education and engagement initiatives
- Business models on rental
- Business models on resale
- Business models on repair and / or refurbishment / redesign
- Design and creation of new products
- Business models on upcycling
- Collection and sorting textile waste
- Materials recovery and processing technologies
- Business models on post-recycled materials
- Closed-loop recycling
- Conversion of textile waste to energy
- Conversion to biofuels
Rise To The Challenge
Stand united in collective action towards sustainable business practices and lifestyle.
Join these companies who have pledged
- Adrian Furstenburg
- Ann K
- Asia Pacific Rayon
- August Society
- B.P. De Silva Jewellers
- Boheme Sg
- Cold Wear
- Common Suits
- Finix Wear
- Forbidden Hill
- Fu Yuan
- Ghim Li Global
- Hee Fabric Agencies
- Identity Trading
- Lee Yin Knitting Factory
- Ling Wu
- Lisa Von Tang
- Love Bonito
- Maisha Concept
- Marilyn Tan Jewellery
- Matex Holdings
- Mycotech Lab
- Nyana Nyana
- Pearly Lustre
- Polygenta Technologies
- Q Collection
- Revive Consulting
- Sabrina Goh
- Sage And Ylang
- Sea Leather Wear
- Shalom Movers
- State Property
- Strange Mari
- Style Theory
- Teo Holdings
- Think Sketch Design
- Tiger Analytics
- Travel Consulting Group
- Van Der Elst Consultancy
- Winrich Pte Ltd
- YOF Athletica
Learn and Grow
Develop your knowledge in sustainability.
6 July 2022
Be The Change: Empowering manufacturers, retailers, brands and consumers to play an active part in sustainability
#BeTheChange2022 #EnableTheChange2022 #FashionTheChange #sustainability
Collaborate to drive systemic change: Building a sustainable future for fashion and lifestyle
25 March 2022
The top eight reasons why fashion businesses cannot ignore sustainability
Mr Clarence Lee
27 April 2022
Mr Clarence Lee from the Lee Yin Group, shared his insights on Sustainability issues that Asian family businesses are tackling.
#SustainabilityinSingapore #SustainableSeminar READ MORE
Fashion Change, Forests Stay
In the News
Notable news items regarding fashion sustainability.
Getting thrifty: Study looks at how to cut fashion's high emissions
The Towards Zero Fashion Waste Market Study was commissioned by Textile and Fashion Federation Singapore (TaFF) with the support…
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Fashion goes green
To help the local fashion industry be more environmentally friendly, the Textile and Fashion Federation (TaFF) recently launched its fashion sustainability programme...
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This Association Is Taking On The Ambitious Task Of Reducing Fashion’s Heavy Environmental Footprint
The Textile and Fashion Federation’s Be the Change sustainability season is an ambitious..
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Join us in taking the Sustainability Pledge
This initiative led by TaFF is purely a drive to encourage you, your company or organization to promote sustainable practices.