In the morning of the challenge, the 10 up-and-coming designers from Europe and Asia were paired up to design a piece of couture together, which incorporated fabric made from recycled parts from Ford vehicles – all within a three-hour time limit.
The objective behind the designer challenge was to showcase sustainable design in both fashion and the automotive industry, by making designs without wasting very much material.
The winning team were emerging fashion designers, Amandah Andersson, from Sweden, and Veronica Lee, from Malaysia. Andersson and Lee's final design incorporated felt and cloth from the car seats of a Ford Mondeo and Ford Kuga. They were awarded "educational funds" to help fund their future designs.
After the event, Lee said in a statement: "I never expected plastic bottles could be transformed into appealing materials and eventually into such an unexpected garment."
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