Over the last decade, as Asia emerged as the leading outsourcing destination for the global fashion industry, Sri Lanka stood alone as the only country that embraced the principles of 'Ethical Business and Manufacturing Practices' as a way of life.
Last week at the Sri Lanka Designer Festival’s Ethical Symposium attracted some of the best names in the Apparel Industry with key buyers from retailers like Zaras, Top Shop, Monsoon and respected industry experts like Collin McDowell, Douglas Miller.
Chathuri Samaraweera announced as the National winner of the British Council International Young Fashion Entrepreneur (IYFE) 2010 award partnered by Centre for Creative Enterprise (CCE)
Sri Lanka’s apparel industry says it would take its campaign for ethical manufacturing practices called ‘Garments without Guilt’ to the next level by promoting sustainable manufacturing and encouraging garment factories to go green.
The Academy of Design, Sri Lanka's pioneering Design School, has taken yet another step in its celebrated journey of innovation in Design Education in Sri Lanka. Conceptualizing and organizing Sri Lanka’s first design festival is its most recent endeavour in achieving its vision of being a catalyst in promoting 'Sri Lanka's Creative Industries'.
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