WEARABLES:

MATERIAL FUTURES

Explores the frontiers in the development, use and manufacture of new materials for wearables and soft goods. 

CHAPTER 1

SUSTAINABILITY / CIRCULAR ECONOMY

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CHAPTER 2

BIO FASHION/ BIO PRINTING

CHAPTER 3

TRADITION MEETS INNOVATION

CHAPTER 4

DIMENSIOANL SURFACES/3D PRINTING

CHAPTER 1

SUSTAINABILITY / CIRCULAR ECONOMY

FAST FASHION

​These are low-cost clothing collections that mimic current luxury fashion trends. 52 'micro-seasons' per year.

SLOW FASHION

Recognizes the impact that clothing can make on society. Clothing companies practicing ethical manufacturing ensure the works making their clothes are in a safe-working environment and paid fairly.

DOCUMENTARY: THE TRUE COST

" We need to acknowledge, particularly in the fashion industry, that human capital is part of this miraculous formula."

  • Use ocean waste material (plastic, fish hook, fish line, etc.) to create a garment.

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GARMENT REPURPOSE PROJECT

  • Use abandoned clothes from Forever21(fast fashion brand) to repurpose.

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OCEAN WASTE

ELLEN MACARTHUR FOUNDATION

THE GREAT PACIFIC GARBAGE PATCH

THE OCEAN CLEANUP

THE GREAT PACIFIC GARBAGE PATCH

THE OCEAN CLEANUP

FOOD WASTE

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CHAPTER 2

BIO FASHION/ BIO PRINTING