At Sarvin, we are passionate about encouraging the next generation of young designers. 

 In 2020 we launched our Young Designer X Zero Waste project. Partnering with young creatives across Manchester and the North West, the project aims to improve access to our industry and encourage the next generation of designers to take up sustainable design practices.

Once invited to the Sarvin Manchester studio, we gave designers the chance to select fabrics from our studio and factory off-cuts and waste. The mission: use these fabrics to create their own collections of accessories and a new range of bespoke Sarvin off-cut designs.

Creating an incredible range of products from bags, purses and hair accessories to future design and print concepts featuring waste fabrics; the young designer capsule collection will soon be available to Sarvin customers. The bespoke circular accessories the perfect items to complete your Sarvin World look. Connecting with young designers giving them the opportunity to get their designs into the world and for us to breathe new life into our waste fabrics, reducing any brand waste.

The Zero waste project not only helping to encourage innovation and give back to the industry during these difficult times but also assist Sarvin in our long-term mission to reduce waste. 

Our young designer partnerships closing the loop of new resources entering the industry and encouraging a more sustainable and circular industry beyond the doors of Sarvin World.

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