Burberry designs skins for Honor of Kings characters. Laser Cut Fabrics are the Cutting Edge of Fashion. “Laser-cut” has become a buzzword in the world of industrial design and fashion.
Many contemporary objects from computers to clothing have been touched by the process, and its popularity continues to grow the more we discover about it’s potential. The term is exactly what it sounds like, using a laser rather than a blade to cut into a surface. The benefits include a cleaner, accurate cut, as well as a higher quality of finish. So how does laser cutting play into the fashion industry specifically? It’s an interesting, modern hybrid between the concept of cutwork lace and the clean aesthetic of screen-printing. If you’re looking to design laser cut textiles, there are a few basics to consider in terms of the outcome: Laser cutting works best on synthetic fabrics; the plastics in these textiles melt during the process, resulting in a sealed, perfect edge that won’t fray.
CUTTING EDGE: LASER CUTTING TECH FOR FASHION AND DESIGN - The Designers Studio. If you have ever watched an episode of Project Runway, one of the most stressful moments is when time is running out for the contestants before the runway show.
Often a hot glue gun, pins, staplers and haphazard cutting pops up in a frenzy to get a ready garment for the judges to critic. But you know deep down that those hanging hems, rough seams or unbalanced patterns will get them an ‘Auf Wiedersehe’n from Heidi Klum. That’s because fashion has come so far that both designers and customers expect higher standards. Laser cutting makes it mark on fashion. Laser cutting makes it mark on fashion Spring / Summer 2021 sees bold new textile technique making waves Would it be reaching to suggest the transparency we are yearning for right now (after months of opaque leadership and confusion) had already manifested in the SS20 collections by way of clothes that you could actually see right through?
Perhaps. In any case, the technique of laser cutting is prevalent, and brings welcome inherent lightness and modernity to several collections this summer. To celebrate its 10 year anniversary this summer, Akris produced a new version of its signature Ai bag in laser cut black leather gird. Offcut One - Isabel Fletcher. S.Café®- Product. Story – Hiut Denim Co. Cotton and Corn - Vegan Shoe. Official Native Shoes™ Store. Native Shoes plants the seed for a new frontier in footwear design with a limited-edition ground-breaking, 100% sustainable, biodegradable plant-based shoe.
The Plant Shoe sets the bar as the absolute first of its kind on the planet. When it comes down to Earth, materials matter immensely. That’s why The Plant Shoe is 100% Earth friendly, entirely produced from ingredients that are completely biodegradable, commercially compostable and absolutely animal-free. Learn about each key ingredient, its benefits and the plant-based origins that make each of them special. Kniterate: Home. Wearable Technology. British luxury tailored coats with revolutionary heating system. Experimental digital clothing. What is Fashion Tech? There’s no doubt about it: the fashion tech space has exploded.
It has, by my count, 595 billion google search results, seven dedicated meetup groups with thousands of attendees, a half dozen conferences, and a dedicated startup accelerator. Further, we at Third Wave Fashion, track over 500 fashion tech startups in our own database. This space is big and expanding fast. But what, exactly, does “fashion tech” mean in these contexts? In short, it describes tech startups that are focused on the fashion world. Intro To Wearables With Team Jewelbots. Fashion Technology - 360Fashion Network. Dendrite. Kinematics Home - bracelet generator.
HOW TO GET WHAT YOU WANT. Welcome to the KOBAKANT DIY Wearable Technology Documentation Workshops least likely scenario.
KOBAKANT. FabTextiles. Seamless: Digital Fabrication jacket uses a variety of digital and analog tools.
With the use of digital computing and fabrication methods we are able to rapidly prototype and assemble new designs. You can use any 2D or 3D software to create patterns ready for cutting. The machines allow a us a wide range of possibilities, so try to take advantage of the accuracy, precision, and repetitions these machines can achieve. Le Tricodeur — quand le numérique et la maille se rencontrent. SENSOREE. FabTextiles. Wearables. FREE 3D MODELS - Recreus.com.
The first 3-D printed fashion Collection made at home. Fabricate. Thumbtags. Brooke Roberts. Sarah Simpson is a lawyer focused on technology at Taylor Vinters, London.
It was while presenting at the inaugural FashTech conference in London that we happened to meet this incredible woman. Having taken a great interest in Brooke's presentation, Sarah met Brooke after the event. Metail. WonderLuk Avant-Garde Jewellery & Bespoke Design made in the UK. Bespoky. Save your body measurements with Bodi.Me to shop fashion at your size - Bodi.me. What We Do — FashTech. FashTech® aims to drive creative partnerships between fashion and technology start-ups and provide a platform for the latest innovations to be showcased to leading brands and retailers.
Since February 2014, we began revolutionizing the fashion technology world; one event at a time. First London, then spreading to San Francisco, and now our latest project - FashTech NYC which launched this September. With over 10,000 members in the FashTech community, with interests spanning from wearable technology, to e-commerce and even 3D body scanning: 2014 was an interesting year for fashion tech with 2015 looking to be bigger and better! We aim to provide a platform for startups and leverage creative partnerships for fashion tech creativity, with our guests at the events ranging from start-ups, investors and of course fashion tech fanatics. No matter how big or small the company, anyone can showcase at the events. Fashion Digital Studio. Pauline van Dongen's "Ruff" is a 3D-Printed Collar With a Life of Its Own.
Project Jacquard. Projects - NEFFA. Wearable Technology. Electroloom. CLAWZ Is Coming. Display - d-torso Paper craft by Aki Co.,Ltd. The d-torso Mini ADAM & EVE Towers are constructible cardboard craft models made of precision laser-cut parts.
The d-torso EVE is made of 123 pieces, and ADAM of 128. With no glue or scissors required for assembly, the models are designed for everyone’s building enjoyment. The d-torso was originally invented by Yuki Matsuoka in 1998 to support his wife’s exhibition of knitwear, and the human shape has been its driving theme ever since. We have developed original technology to shape models of objects not by their outer surfaces, but in precision slices.
Design of the Week: Kinematics Dress.