memories with you

2019 Sustainable Womenswear collection
Moving to the next step does not mean I forget it;
I just found my way to remember you and everything forever

I would love to collect all of the memories from my life and share these most beautiful and precious moments with you; Life is just like the screen in the kaleidoscope, what we could only do is cherish this moment and try to keep it longer and longer.


Behind the collection

“Rhyme; memories with you” is the 4th collection from WEI-YU, he is inspired by the movie “flowers of the war“ and combines his feeling, life experience, and his culture into design. Wei-Yu applies the design techniques of up-cycling and reconstruction to a wide range of textile waste, including secondhand kimonos, fashion, and bridalwear samples and damaged lace, to create a collection which presents a modern take on the traditional Chinese Qipao. He also experiments with plant dyes and handmade bark lace, a traditional Austronesian fabric that he makes from wood scraps sourced from the furniture industry.


Photographer: Dongdong Qiao (London, UK)
Model: Yu Shang (London, UK)
Stylist: Hsuan Teng Chang (London, UK)
Special thanks: Redress (HK), Fu Jen Catholic University (Taiwan),
ArtEZ university of arts (Netherlands), Bing-Nan Luo (London, UK), Zhao-Hua Ho (Taiwan), Jocelyn Chen (Taiwan),
Debbie Ying-Chia Huang (Taiwan), Yu-Mei Huang (London, UK),
Kent Yeh (London, UK), Yuxi Chen (London, UK),
Phoebe Guo (London, UK), Jhuang Jia (Taiwan), Ji-Li Wang(Taiwan),
Jo-Hwa Li (Taiwan)…

Thanks all of you helping me to record these lovely moments


Fashion for Good, 2019

Fashion for Good launched the Redress exhibition to show eleven emerging designers use the different sustainable method to recreate the wasted, abandoned and second-hand materials, clothing and textiles into a whole new look.

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“Emerging designer use his hands to give the abandoned material a new life“, 2018

“Emerging designer use his hands to give the abandoned material a new life“ is a documentary produced by Zoomin.TV, and 好看视频HaoKan video app which records how emerging designer HUNG WEIYU turns the recycled leftovers, secondhand materials, and textile into a new design and his latest sustainable womenswear collection in HongKong Fashion Week in September 2018.


Taipei In Style, 2018

Taipei In Style is the biggest fashion event in Taiwan which is held by Taiwan Textile Federation during 8th-11th, November at SongShan Cultural and Creative Park.


Mercedes Me HK, 2018

Select garments from the eleven 2018 Redress Design Award Finalists’ collections are on display from 14–23 September at the Mercedes me Store, as part of HKTDC’s ‘Hong Kong in Fashion’ – a month-long city wide campaign promoting fashion, trends and creativity at various trendsetting hotspots.With fashion’s staggering excesses and polluting ways increasingly dominating the headlines, these eleven designers, selected from applications from 55 countries, skillfully demonstrate that textile waste is an opportunity not to be missed. Their transformational collections, recently showcased at Hong Kong’s CENTRESTAGE, share a vision of beauty and exponential possibility for waste

“From Modern to Tradition, From Fashion to Nature” public lecture, 2018

“From Modern to Tradition, From Fashion to Nature” lecture at Circular economy and sustainability of fashion and textile conference in Taiwan on 19th, September, 2018
Designer HUNG WEI-YU shares the idea how he turns the leftover from manufacturing, secondhand clothing and textile, abandoned bark from furniture factory into sustainable fashion collection.


Redress Design Award Magazine, 2018

Redress Design Award Magazine vol.5 - The fifth issue of the Redress Design Award 2018 Magazine is out now! Find out more about our Redress Design Award 2018 finalists and our competition alumni – a new generation of designers reinventing the way we make and market fashion. Dive into our feature articles, contributed by sustainable fashion experts including Clare Press, Orsola de Castro, Marieke Eyskoot and Bel Jacobs on sustainable fashion, textile waste and circular news.

HongKong Fashion Week, 2018

The Redress Design Award (formerly the EcoChic Design Award) is the world’s largest sustainable fashion design competition. Organised by Redress, the competition works to educate emerging fashion designers around the world about sustainable design theories and techniques in order to drive growth towards a circular fashion system. By putting sustainable design talent in the global spotlight, the competition creates a unique platform for passionate and talented fashion game-changers to transform the global fashion industry and rewards the best with career-changing prizes to maximise long-term impact.