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FASHION, WEARABLES AND TEXTILE INNOVATION

What are we wearing in a few years from now? And how is this produced?

This collaborative expo shows how Fashion Tech developed since corona kicked in. Organized and curated by Red Dot winning Fashion Tech Designer Marina Toeters. The work is shown in the functioning workspace of the Fashion Tech Farm. So you can really experience how we innovate fashion.

20+ Fashion Tech projects, from students work up till work from multi-nationals.

With work from LABELEDBY., Bilihome, Tongji University; Qi Wang, Tyana Hendriksma, Beam Contrechoc, Malou Beemer, Julia van Zilt, Anne-Marie Sust, Bertrand Rigot & Marion Verbucken, Laurentius Lab, Lenneke Kuijer, Holst Centre, Rob Vogels, Tim van der Loo & Sandra Nielsen, Madison Maxey from Loomia, Anina Net and Yulia Zelenina.
EU commissioned project VIBE about the future of consuming culture. Two Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) assignments by the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport (VWS in Dutch) and the Minister for Medical Care and Sport, namely Caring Clothing Tech, Fit Filter, Epson Europe, Marina Toeters and others!

Events

Events during DDW @FTF:
S4Fashion, Monday October 18, 17-19 o'clock.
The S4Fashion project is co-funded by the COSME Programme of the European Union and is being led by the European Creative Hubs Network (ECHN) in partnership with Envolve Entrepreneurship Greece, DataScouts, Instituto Europeo di Design (IED) and ZIPHOUSE, Moldova.

S4Fashion is empowering designers, start-ups, scale-ups and businesses identified as SMEs to introduce new sustainable and circular economy solutions for the fashion industry. The project aims to identify and amplify the best and up to date practices for a greener fashion sector.

Selected pilot projects will benefit from a bespoke support programme including mentoring, networking opportunities and financial support. Beyond the pilot projects, a much larger number of organizations will be supported in building a system of transnational sustainable fashion laboratories for the testing and measurement of new methodologies. Find more info via: https://s4fashion.eu/

Followed up by:

Fashion Tech Party, Monday October 18, 18-20 o'clock. With DJ Chet and fries from Pejoco!

Ekodoki product launch, Tuesday October 19, 17.30-20 o'clock.

More events....

The Art of Sublimation in Fashion at LAB1 in Eindhoven, Thursday October 21, 20-20.30 o'clock.
10 talented designers are selected to show their qualities. It is going to be a show full of sublimation in fashion, 3D print in fashion, dance and music.

This is a project by Epson Europe and LABELEDBY.
Tickets for invitees are free, but there are limited seats, so make sure you will get a ticket HERE.
The location is obligated to ask for corona QR codes before you can enter the building/show.

Fashion Tech Networking hosted by 360Fashion Network, Friday October 22, 13-14 o'clock. In this 1-hour online networking session, we bring together the fashion and tech world to synch up during the Dutch Design Week 2021.
Here is the link for free entry: https://pxlme.me/wWfKyy58

Visit also for free the Drivers of Change exhibition at the Eindhoven University of Technology. Find it outside in the greenhouses next to the Atlas buidiling. Here are 9 more 'wearable' projects on show. More info: https://ddwtue.nl/ And don't forget to visit Manifestations!!!

About Fashion Tech Farm

A collaborative workspace, incubator and production facility for innovative fashion.
Plan-B area, Fashion Tech Farm, Zeelsterstraat 80 , Map No. H3
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Wheelchair accessible
Wifi available
Dogs allowed
Toilets available