DisPOSE showcases fashion footwear and accessories made from local agricultural waste created through a collaboration of artisans and designers from the Philippines and United Kingdom. 

Everything Green hosted a series of collaborative hackathons to design footwear, homewares and accessories for Filipino local artisans. 18 artisan communities from all over the Philippines and three British fashion designers worked together and maximised the potential of agri-waste materials. Through a series of artistic exchanges, 20 different products were developed and showcased through a virtual runway.

Meet the grantees:

The team of Everything Green led by Chief Greenovator Camille Rose Albarracin (second to the right).  ©

Everything Green

Ericka Santiago, Independent fashion designer

Everything Green (Quezon City, Philippines)

Everything Green is a creative enterprise that provides end-to-end innovative business solutions and concepts made at the community level. They develop products designed and created by a team of dedicated ‘green innovators’, and communities of farmers, women artisans, and persons with disabilities. One of their known products is ‘gree-ne-las’, the green alternative slippers.

Everything Green is led by its Chief Greenovator Camille Rose Albarracin. 

Ericka Santiago (England, United Kingdom)

Ericka Ilah Santiago is an independent fashion designer based in London, England. Her trainings included internships at Jens Laugesen, Céline, Jenny Packham, just to name a few. She graduated with a degree in BA (Hons) Fashion Design at the Arts University Bournemouth

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