Singapore’s “Faith” brand has introduced “Faith Inspired” clothing that uses recycled materials and uses traditional artisanship to create clothing that is culturally appropriate for the country.
The new line, launched by “Faithful Fish Clothing” on February 2, includes clothes from brands such as Pajamas, Dyson, Taz and Zara.
The line is a response to the government’s efforts to create a new religious identity in Singapore, with a focus on “spiritual renewal” in the name of “sustainability,” according to a press release.
It also encourages a “respect for culture, traditions, and traditions.”
The new collection of Faith Inspired clothing was launched on February 3 and features a range of clothing from brands including Dyson and Taz.
The clothes are available in sizes ranging from S-XL.
The Faith Inspired collection is a collaboration between “Faithfully Fish Clothing,” a non-profit, and “Faith Clothing” (a non-profits and clothing brand) in partnership with the Singapore Association of Clothesmakers, the group that manages Singapore’s garment sector.
The company hopes the collection will create “a more vibrant, more inclusive and more sustainable Singapore,” according the press release, which notes that it is part of the “Faith in Fashion” initiative launched by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in 2014.
The project aims to “support the advancement of Singapore’s unique religious fabric, while also providing consumers with sustainable and ethical choices in the fashion industry.”
The Faith In Fashion campaign is being carried out by the Singapore Fashion Institute (SIFI), which is a non profit group and has a mission to promote and foster sustainable fashion in Singapore.
“This initiative is a part of SIFI’s efforts in building a more sustainable fashion industry in Singapore,” SIFF Director-General Lee Kuan Yew said in a press statement.
“The Faith In Clothing campaign is a major milestone in our mission to foster a more inclusive Singapore in the world.”SIFIs mission statement also includes the following: “In 2018, we launched the Singapore Institute for Fashion Innovation to bring together industry leaders and industry experts to explore how the world can become more inclusive through sustainable fashion.”
According to the press conference, the initiative was launched to “develop and share best practices and tools for the design, manufacturing and consumption of sustainable fashion and to encourage Singapore to be a global leader in sustainable fashion development and distribution.”
The “Faith In Clothing” campaign was launched at a special event in the Singapore Design Museum and Art Gallery on February 5.
The event was designed by SIF and included a presentation by Sif, which featured a presentation about sustainable clothing and its importance in the global economy.
The company is also running a program in which it offers free clothing to Singaporeans with disabilities, in an effort to encourage them to adopt sustainability.
“We are very excited to be working with the SIF I, with which we are very proud, to make a difference in the lives of people in Singapore through our clothing and to create an awareness about sustainability in the apparel industry,” said SIF executive director Chua Shih.