feat. Felix Nai
The enterprising founder of GOOD RIDDANCE — a platform that celebrates efforts toward a sustainable way of living — talks about learning the art of indigo dyeing in Japan and bringing it to Singapore.
Arts Community Open Talk is part of NTU Arts Festival 2021, made possible by the Dorothy Cheung Memorial Fund.
Felix believes a holistic approach to sustainability begins when we learn to appreciate and become conscious of the process, every step of the way. Since graduating from fashion school, he spent three years travelling the world as cabin crew before moving to Tokushima, Japan, where he lived for two years studying indigo farming and fabric dyeing.
Felix founded Good Riddance, a platform that celebrates efforts toward sustainable way of living in the hope to champion circular economies by uncovering creative ways to reduce our waste.