Aniela Hoitink thinks that it is easier to change fashion production than consumer behavior. With fabric made of compostable mycelium (mushroom roots) she could succeed.
An old pair of jeans or an old T-shirt can now be recycled several times and thereby contribute to more sustainability in fashion.
Thinking three-dimensionally could revolutionize fashion production, 3D-modeling techniques and innovative use of materials are just some of its advantages.
”Your sneak preview of the future” is the slogan of Innovation Origins, and that’s just what we will highlight with our Start-up of the Week […]
Nothing seems more inventive than the world of fashion. Yet despite constant renewal, there is still plenty of room for innovation in fashion. The Foundry […]
Start-up of the day: Deep Tech provides the fashion industry with data on perfectly-fitting garment sizes
People all have very different body shapes. The current clothing size systems are inadequate when it comes to covering these sizes. This is reflected in […]
This year’s Take Festival in Vienna was for the first time the venue of a symposium dedicated to new technologies in fashion. A Take on Tech, […]
The possibilities of automation, 3D printing and wearables sound spectacular, but have so far hardly found application in the fashion industry. This is due on […]
In her collection Deep Web Flora Miranda opens the debate on the concept of beauty in a technology-driven fashion industry. The collection can be seen […]
Holst Centre and Marina Toeters from by-wire.net have presented their new smart wearables project based on Holst Centre’s advanced printed sensor technologies – Closed Loop […]
For a Cursor Special about the explorer, Monique van de Ven and Tom Jeltes interviewed eight pioneers of the Eindhoven University of Technology. Today: ID-students Jessica […]