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Alexandra Fede Alexandra Fede clothings, integrated microelectronics, designer, technological stylist, italian fashion, researcher, new esthetics, hi-tech applications, innovative fibres, haute couture, catwalk, garment, para-aramidic fibres, textile treatments, nanotechnologies, sports wear, work wear, accessories, collaborations
Alexandra Fede Fashion designer with Technology Transfer experience in all aspects of development and implementations in a garment.. Direct experience in Fashion shows or catwalk , public relation, communication, scientific journalist, fashion consulting and patent's inventor.
Extreme Textiles Matilda McQuaid 2005 industry, science, textiles, smart materials, concept, projects, design, book, fashion design, catwalk
Extreme Textiles highlights successful collaborations between design, industry, and science. Large, full-color illustrations and essays by some of today's most influential designers and scientists trace the extraordinary developments made in textiles over the last twenty years and suggest what is to come.
Fashioning Technology Syuzi Pakhchyan 2008 collaborations, research, projects, fashion world, news, arduino, wearable technology, diy, workshop, book, blog, events, conference, free, crafts, trends
Syuzi Pakhchyan is an User Experience Designer, robotics instructor, writer, blogger and a seasoned tinkerer working and residing in Los Angeles, CA. Her work explores the intersection of culture and technology through the research, investigation and design of technological systems and interactions for a range of cultural contexts.
FIT-Fashion Istitute of Technology NY (State University of New York) internship, innovations, textile/surface design, business, communications, art, fashion, college for design, master, university, school, collaborations, exibithions, fashion design degree
Internationally recognized college for design, fashion, art, communications, and business.
Interactive Wear (Interactive Wear) Solar and other mobile power systems, Garment heating systems, Entertainment and communication systems, new applications, innovative products, garment industry, solutions, Electronics textiles, collaborations, research, company, Lighting solutions, Textile interconnection components, wearable electronics, sports, healthcare, workwear
Interactive Wear AG was founded in May 2005. The company headquarters are located in Starnberg near Munich, Germany. The company emerged from the complete acquisition of Infineon Technologies AG's wearable electronics activities.
Jacket (Nyx Clothing) garment, computer controlled, wearable technology, style, fashion, jackets, apparel, clothing, LED, collaborations, performance, fun-loving experience, flexible panels, clubber, entertainent, sales representative, sound processor
Nyx Illuminated Clothing was founded in 2001 in Los Angeles, California USA. It now markets and sells illuminated clothing worldwide through this web-site and national representatives.Nyx jackets are the most jaw-dropping, fun-loving experience you are ever likely to have with an item of clothing. Ok, except for maybe lingerie. These jackets are internally wired with bright lights arranged on fully flexible panels that allow for text and graphics to dance across the surface of the garment, all computer controlled within the jacket. All you have to do is switch it on.
Lost Values (Distance Lab) 2008 events, collaborations, designers, team, craft, technology, distance lab, shop online, wearable, jewellery, interiors, lighting, type wear, diy, solar, costumized, limited editions, previews, news, smart textile, garment, apparel
-Founded and Directed by designer-maker Elena Corchero, Lost Values holds the vision of innovating craft by melding it with technology and vice versa, to inspire a future where design is environmental and emotional yet smart and playful. Qualities that she believes are important aspects of life but are being forgotten in the quest for faster and more convenient products. - Distance Lab is a creative research organisation bringing together digital media technology, design and the arts to redefine and overcome the disadvantages of distance in learning, health care, relationships, culture and other domains.
Moritz Waldemeyer Moritz Waldemeyer catwalk, choreography, LED, collaborations, fashion, art, technology, innovative, stylist, designer, Hussein Chalayan, wearable technology, visionary
Widely recognised as one of the most innovative and exciting designers of his generation Waldemeyer, aged 34, was born in East Germany. He moved to London thirteen years ago where he trained as an engineer at Kings College and completed his Masters degree in 2001. Since then, he has collaborated with many of the worldís top architects and fashion designers including Ron Arad, Zaha Hadid and Hussein Chalayan. His work is a fusion of technology, art, fashion and design.
Philips Lorna Goulden (Philips Design-Research) cultural spheres, smart material, technology, collaborations, products, Multi-sensorial, research, design, technology, innovation
Royal Philips Electronics of the Netherlands is a diversified Health and Well-being company, focused on improving peopleís lives through timely innovations. As a world leader in healthcare, lifestyle and lighting, Philips integrates technologies and design into people-centric solutions, based on fundamental customer insights and the brand promise of ìsense and simplicityî.
Rapture: Art's Seduction by Fashion Since 1970 Chris Townsend 2002 haute couture, advertising, mass media, soho, original, creative, young artists, images, vogue, kate moss, photography, book, designer, fashion, model, art, new mix
From Helmut Newton and Guy Bourdin's inspirational photography of the 1970s, through Kate Moss's recent collaborations with yBas and Nan Goldin for Vogue, to the use of reworked catwalk footage and mutilated magazine images by young artists, this crossover is fertile ground for the creative and the original. Whether covering an art installation in a SoHo boutique, Cindy Sherman's complicity with the tools of mass-media, a Keith Haring image advertising vodka, the use of street-art graffiti on a Louis Vuitton bag, or Tracey Emin as a Vivienne Westwood model, author Chris Townsend shows how the alluring, illusory faces of fashion and art are fused in the new mix.
SFIT (CSEM, CORDIS, IST ) projects cluster, collaborations, MyHeart, BIOTEX, PROETEX, STELLA, OFSETH, CONTEXT, MERMOTH, smart fabrics, interactive textile, flexible wearable systems, smart textile, smart clothes, sensor, piezo-resistive yarns, optic fibers, colored multi layers, Research and Development, Intelligent Biomedical Clothing, Biomedical Clothing, European Commission, Wearable Healthcare System
The symbiosis of textiles with wearable computing, augmented reality, human machine interfaces, media and interface design and the collaboration between established electronics and textile industries currently lead to a totally new class of flexible, conformable informative and interactive wearable systems. The current market size for wearable computing and smart fabrics and interactive textiles (SFIT) is modest but presents a strong future outlook.
Veneto Nanotech (Veneto Nanotech s.c.p.a.) 2003 nanotechnology, research
Great part of Veneto Nanotech's mission is dedicated to support R&D activities, to strengthen the existing infrastructure and to leverage the present regional competences. Nanotechnology research in Veneto is very advanced. More than 600 Professors, Researchers and PhD Candidates are employed in local Universities and Research Centers. Such concentration of competences can also count on a series of links and collaborations with international Universities and Research Institutes.
Walk! Stefan Zwegers, TU/e (TU/e, Adidas) 2009 adidas innovations team, female user, t shirt, pedometer, active lifestyle, wearable electronic concept, sportwear, brand, collaborations, student, tu/e, thermochromic ink
Stefan Zwegers has a innovative, motivational proposal in from of his wearable electronic concept which is currently exhibited at the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Walk! is a shirt developed for women who want an active lifestyle. In the morning a pedometer module is attached to the shirt, which registers the amount of steps that are taken during the day.