Première Vision New York Highlights 3-D Printing, Sustainable Materials
6 monthes ago - By WWD
In addition to introducing fall 2019 textile trends, Première Vision New York underscored technology breakthroughs in the fashion industry by displaying two prototype looks made of tech-forward, sustainable materials at its “Smart Square” platform. The show took place last week in New York.
The prototypes were designed by Sylvia Heisel, who displayed a 3-D printed biodegradable dress, and British designer Bethany Williams, who used recycled, organic and waste materials from Clay's book manufacturing in Suffolk, England, to create a complete knitwear outfit.
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