Zero To A Hundred was a cross-cultural collaborative project completed as part of the Prime Minister's Scholarship Asia. A small team of designers from Universities in China and Otago Polytechnic designed a zero-waste fashion brand. 

Zero To A Hundred was born from a discussion around sustainability and is modelled off the concept of Fabric From A Hundred Families which is a Chinese tradition where fabric from families and friends is joined to create a quilt for a new baby. 

Zero To A Hundred makes sustainable investment pieces and uses scrap material to create collectable patches. Shown are the designs for two denim jackets which were designed to incorporate western and eastern elements of design and culture. 

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