Scotland Re:Designed is all about the collaboration of those with a passion and belief in the Scottish fashion and textiles industries
Dating back to 1874, Hawick’s traditional Scottish knitwear is the product of a proud manufacturing history. Based in Hawick, Scotland, the company produce authentic Scottish knitwear using traditional methods and hand finishing.
Hawick Knitwear’s manufacturing tradition was kept alive through investment by cashmere specialists, Artwell, based in Hong Kong, at the beginning of the year.
Hawick Knitwear is fully supported by Artwell. Though exclusive partnership with Inner Mongolian herders, and fully owned vertical setup (from scouring, dehairing, dyeing, spinning to finished product), Artwell guarantees the quality of cashmere products to be top quality. In addition, Artwell is well known for its R&D capability and creativity.
With Artwell’s expertise in luxury cashmere production for world renowned fashion brands and Hawick Knitwear’s production heritage, Hawick Knitwear strives to revamp its high-end luxury production that has been the hallmark for Scottish textile.
Scotland Re:Designed in New York was part of the official Scotland Week programme 2012 – a week long celebration in the USA and Canada of all things Scottish. Kicking off with Tartan Day on April 6, Scotland week ran until April 14 with the finale of New York’s famous Tartan Day parade.
Scotland’s long heritage of innovation and creativity has helped create a reputable textiles industry with customers in over 150 countries. Scotland produces innovative technical textiles and the growing Scottish textiles industry has a vibrant future – underpinned by quality, diversity, innovation and design. There are 9,500 people employed in the textiles sector in Scotland and the textiles sector annual turnover is £756 million.
Sara Hill Makeup
Makeup artist, Sara Hill presents her range of luscious, professional cosmetics created for all. Not tested on animals.
The Model Team is Scotland’s leading model agency. Providing an outstanding service to their clients offering a wide range of creative options and strive to provide the highest quality representation to their models as they develop throughout their career.
Year of Innovation, Architecture & Design
2016 has been designated as a year in which scotland’s achievements in innovation, architecture and design will be showcased and celebrated with a programme of activity aimed at supporting and driving the nation’s tourism and events sector.
Creative Scotland is the country’s national development agency for the arts, screen and creative industries. It invests almost £60 million each year in Scotland’s creative future and its vision is that Scotland is recognised as a leading creative nation – one that attracts, develops and retains talent, where the arts and creative industries are supported and celebrated and their economic contribution fully captured, an nation where the arts and creativity play a central part in the live education and well-being of our population.
APM Agency is the premier Lingerie and Swimwear agency in the UK representing Splendid Lounge and Intimates , Underella by Ella Moss, Yummie by Heather Thomson, Maidenform Solutions, Juicy Couture Swim , Oakley Swim, Splendid Swim, Ella Moss Swim, Luxe by Lisa Vogel, Little White Lies Beach and Bluebella.
SWG3 (Studio Warehouse Glasgow) is a non-profit, multi-disciplinary arts space in the westend of Glasgow. We run an annual programme of exhibitions, band nights and events as well as being home to a community of over 120 artists and musicians.
St. Enoch Centre
Home to department stores and leading high street names, this shopping centre has it all under one roof.
EventScotland is working to make Scotland the perfect stage for events. With partners their aim is to raise Scotland’s reputation as the perfect stage by supporting and securing a portfolio of events and developing the industry.
Venue, SR:D Hong Kong
PMQ, the former Police Married Quarters was revitalized as a creative hub for local design talents, which is located in the middle of SoHo, in Central, Hong Kong.