Dentsu Creative PR supports fashion industry’s journey to circularity with the launch of Seamless

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“Dentsu is committed to helping people around the world make more sustainable consumption choices”

Dentsu Creative Public Relations has thrown its support behind the fashion and clothing industry’s National Clothing Product Stewardship Scheme called Seamless.

The launch of Seamless marks the start of a transformation of how Australia designs, consumes and recycles clothing.

Dentsu Creative PR was tasked with developing the Seamless brand, visual identity and supporting the Seamless scheme launch with the fashion industry and Minister for the Environment and Water Tanya Plibersek.

Leila Naja Hibri, CEO of the Australian Fashion Council, said: “We are setting a new paradigm for the industry in response to an environmental and systemic waste problem and needed a partner that could help us translate the complexity of the scheme into a simple, yet powerful narrative and visual representation.
“When Dentsu Creative Public Relations presented us with the Seamless branding, we knew we had the right partner,” she added.

Left to right: Michael Scott, Paul Grossman, Lorna Jane Clarkson, Gayle Burchell, Hon Tanya Plibersek, Vanessa Churnin and Scott Fyfe

Tim Powell, chief PR officer of Dentsu Creative, said: “Product stewardship can be complex to communicate. With Seamless, the fashion and clothing industry has created a brand that will galvanise action by brands and engage consumers. Congratulations to the consortium members and to the six clothing and retail brands who have become foundation members of Seamless.”

Powell is a Board member of the Product Stewardship Centre of Excellence and an advocate of stewardship thinking for brands, industries and supply chains to take responsibility for lessening the environmental impacts of products they put on the market.

“Dentsu is committed to helping people around the world make more sustainable consumption choices, and encourages us to work with clients to build a society that is circular, inclusive, restorative, and low carbon,” Powell added.

The Seamless logo and tagline was created by Dentsu Creative’s design team.

The design was inspired by fashion brand aesthetics. Refined, elegant and simple, it conceptually explores weaving fabric in a circular motion. The abstract ‘S’ shape incorporates a loop, tying in the circularity concept and its regenerative power.

Dentsu Creative assisted the Australian Fashion Council to develop and execute an earned media strategy to amplify the Seamless launch, based around an industry launch event at Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum.

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