The future of Fashion – 3d printed clothing and Wearable Tech in the Creative Cottage Sector

The times they are a-changin’.

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One day we’ll print our clothing and recycle with a push of the button.  That is the  theory many hold , so how will that affect local creatives and more importantly how do you prepare them and level the playing field. I was first introduced to 3d printing  by Zac and Bre of Makerbot in 2009 at FashionCamp a NY fashion unconference.  I watched as they printed out  a bracelet… a year later we printed buttons in the Fashioncamp logo… Forward to 2015 and we have the image on the right and in this video.   That was just 6 years ago

Yes, 3D printed fashion is here! Joe Zee introduces the very talented Danit Peleg who created the first ever 3D printed fashion collection!

Posted by FABLifeShow on Monday, October 12, 2015

On the other hand I’m now getting  local manufactures to use gmail, and google docs, to explore how Twitter can impact their businesses, video and live- streaming. Speaking soft  circuitry, solar inks is speaking a different language.

The question that keeps me up;-

“How does one prepare the local sector to survive or integrate these shifts so that  30 years down the line they are not obsolete?”


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