Through the sale of donating preloved luxury items, we raise funds which go towards grants focusing on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals of Responsible Consumption and Production (#12), Health and Well being (#3) and Education (#4).




This year, funds raised from the sale of luxury items will go towards The R.A.W. Prize, which stands for Responsibility, Awareness and Wonder.

The HK$500,000 grant will be awarded to a for-profit or non-profit project created by a Gen.T List honoree who is working towards United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals #12 - Responsible Consumption and Production in Hong Kong and Greater China.

The winner of The R.A.W. Prize 2019 will be announced on Sept 25, 2019.



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We partnered with Parsons School of Design to support sustainability focused thesis projects of senior graduate students in pursuing careers in systems & materiality pathways.

In 2019, LUXARITY raised a project grant of $20,000 USD to support the launch of one student’s business focused on sustainability & innovation. Read more here.

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In 2019 we provided the SCAD HK Luxury and Fashion Management course with a grant that drove our mutual goal of a “circular fashion ecosystem” forward.

This grant empowered future leaders of fashion to learn sustainable practices and technological advances that change the face of the industry as we know it today. Read more here.

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For our 2018 preloved pop-up we collaborated with ConsenSys Social Impact (an initiative of ConsenSys that develops blockchain solutions to address social and environmental challenges) to enable buyers to track the allocation destination of their donation.

A Hackathon was also hosted in Hong Kong to unearth solutions to pressing challenges on the UN SDGs of: #12 Responsible Consumption & Production, #4 Health & Well-being and #3 Quality Education. Read more here.

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We continue to work with The Hong Kong Research Institute of Textiles and Apparels on a recycling programme that turns old materials in new yarns. 

LUXARITY has raised $150,000 HKD to support HKRITA’s 2019 research project focused on recycling & up-cycling textiles. Read more here.