Sustainability / Partnership
Sustainable Development Goal 17, which reads 'Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development', recognizes multi-stakeholder partnerships as an important driver for mobilizing and sharing knowledge, expertise, technologies, and financial resources to support the achievement of the sustainable development goals in all countries, and particularly developing countries.
At DressX, we work with the designers from all around the world (from the US to Ukraine, from Iran to France, from India to Israel, from Holland to South Korea). Working together on digital garments we promote the use of technology and innovation in the fashion industry and make our contribution to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals in all countries.
Believing in a global fashion industry that does not harm the planet or people who work in it, we will search for the collaborations with the programs and associations working towards making our Planet better. No More Plastic foundation is the first example of the supporting partnership.
One of DressX goals is to create strong partnerships with museums and artists all around the world. By using the artists’ prints in digital fashion collections, we give them a creative platform to express themselves through fashion. Besides, partnerships like these help to promote art, make it accessible to everyone, and allow the art lovers globally to wear their favorite pieces of art as digital garments.
Our very first art collection was done in partnership with Waone — Ukrainian artist and muralist working all around the globe. Formerly a member of an artistic duo Interesni Kazki, which means 'interesting fairy tales’ in Ukrainian, Waone explores fairy characters, traditional symbols, local cultures, and fantastic stories through his art. His artistic goal is to make high divine values accessible to every man.
For example, Waone’s painting ‘Spark of Life’, which was created in 2015 as a reflection on a famous scene from Michelangelo's 'Creation of Adam', is now available in a digital garment version.
We will continue to partner with designers, artists, museums, fashion houses, and influencers to promote digital and more sustainable fashion.