FRAGMENT GARMENTS: SEAMLESS MODULAR CLOTHING, DIGITALLY CRAFTED, LOCALLY AND ON-DEMAND PRODUCED, WHICH PEOPLE CAN TRANSFORM IN A QUICK AND EASY WAY
To develop a fashionable modular garment collection blending sustainability, design in an open-object philosophy involving the user into the creation process.
Within the project, 2 sessions of prototyping were finished. The first one resulted in 4 versions of the same seamless short jacket made of different materials and colors. The second one resulted in 3 prototypes one long navy coat for autumn with leather patch pockets and silk lining, one short jacket for winter with fur collar and silk lining and one middle length coat for mid-season in a 3D knit and silk triple organza.
The project starts from the separate components of other types of products, which are assembled together and form a very useful and pleasant product.
In this context, this project aims at integrating this collection into a circular concept design, where the ¨fragments¨ can be used to create one’s garments.
There are several fragments materials and colors which can be combined in order to always be able to improve and change the aspect of your jacket, transforming it into a timeless piece of garment.
This collection is a real forward move, because this new zero waste module helped us to reduce the textile cutting waste at the same time it enhanced the productivity.
The project concept is based on the saving, manufacturing and involve the user in the creation process.
The partners are working on an upgrade of the product in order to increase the fabric resistance.
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Fashion designer who graduated in 2014 with an M.A. from National Superior School of Decorative Arts of Paris. Her diploma collection received a summa cum laude distinction and ended up being selected for an exhibition at Museum Pompidou Centre.
- Elisabeth Jayot
- FRAGMENTS GARMENTS, digital fashion crafts Research & Design Studio
Innovative enterprise based in Milan providing a series of services and training to the creative community in the field of digital and traditional manufacturing and access to a fully equipped Fab Lab focused on the design and fashion sector. With its 250sq/mt urban multi-functional factory, provides open and membership based access to digital fabrication tools. WeMake is clearing the difference between prototype and finished object.
- Zoe Romano
- WEMAKE, digital manufacturing FabLab
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