Singapore’s first open space for swapping, upcycling, tailoring and learning fashion tricks. Swapping instead of shopping.
ABOUT THE BRAND
A permanent swapping fashion space and the very first of it’s kind in Singapore. One location, swap anytime, bring everyone. Not only will you be able to swap from the best selection of pre-loved fashion pieces, but you can also now upcycle and learn fashion tricks all at one place. Not only are they providing the convenience and flexibility to join the sustainable fashion movement, but you can also be a green fashionista.
WHY THEY’RE CONSCIOUS
The Fashion Pulpit is a fashion space for everyone who values the two most essential S’s in fashion: STYLE, and SUSTAINABILITY. You can shop unlimitedly without hurting your wallet or the planet. Say no to fast consumerism by extending the average lifecycle of your clothes with swapping instead of shopping. This concept and services give you the flexibility and pleasure of any regular shopping experience without any guilt while addressing a big part of the fashion industries footprint.
VISION & MISSION
To be the leading fashion alternative platform across the globe and making swapping the new shopping.
WHAT’S THEIR FIGHT
PROTECT THE PLANET: The Fashion Pulpit has created a responsible way of acquiring and disposing of clothes.
POWER TO THE PEOPLE: Empowers individuals to reduce their impact through what they already have in their wardrobe.
INNOVATION FOR GOOD: Promoting circular solutions to tackle fashion’s nasty footprint.
ABOUT THE FOUNDER
Raye Padit is a fashion designer on a mission to promote sustainable fashion in Singapore and beyond. In just three years, fashion’s green-warrior Raye founded Singapore’s first ever retail space for swapping and upcycling apparel, The Fashion Pulpit and two non-profits that advocate for sustainable fashion, Connected Threads Asia and Swapaholic (from January 2017 – April 2018).
Raye is regularly asked to conduct talks, workshops, and mentor on circular fashion concept, entrepreneurship, fashion sustainability and conscious consumerism in cities around Asia.