Stratasys SSYS 2Y22 Reflection collection exhibited at Milano Design Week

Assa Ashuach’s 3D-printed Evolve shoe contains a custom “Evolve Sensor” midsole that studies the wearer by recording movement data

On the occasion of Milan Design Week Stratasys will present the collection of clothes and accessories for fashion SSYS 2Y22 Reflectionall 3D printed products via Stratasys J850 TechStyle 3D Printer.

Seven groups of designers who contributed to the collection:

  • Karim Rashid is one of the most productive designers of his generation. More than 4,000 projects in production, 400 awards and presence in over 35 countries testify to Karim’s design fame. Each object in its collections reflects the distinctive style of graphic art and geometry. Her interdisciplinary design, digitally transformed from 2D to 3D, results in a range of luxury bags and dresses that are perfect for both casual and more elegant occasions.
  • Jasna Rok Lab is an award-winning studio that combines innovative fashion and cutting-edge technology, and whose work focuses on the physiology of emotions. Jasna Rokegem collaborated with 3D designer Travis Fitch using Rhino and CLO3D software to convert QE to 3D algorithmic structures. The Trypophilia collection visualizes the meridians that pass through our body and reflects the physical position and language of each emotion: sadness, happiness, anger, and fear.
  • Ganit Goldstein’s “GnoMon” collection represents a new approach to fabric customization

    Ganit Goldstein is a stylist and smart textile researcher specializing in the development of 3D-printed fashion. Its design is inspired by the textures found in nature in the four seasons, from the crackle of the leaves in autumn to the softness of spring flowers. Ganit manages to simulate the way natural light plays along with these elements, giving extra layers of depth to its jacket design. The “GnoMon” collection represents a new approach to customizing fabrics that reconsider what constitutes a trend and what is termed timeless in the context of the fashion seasons.

  • PRESENT is a multidisciplinary design laboratory founded by stylist Lana Dumitru and architect Vlad Tenu. FORÆVA’s cross-cultural digital embroidery provides a fascinating insight into how storytelling can create social connections. The collection shows classic Romanian ethnic designs adapted to today’s life, with 3D-printed pieces that bring us closer to these cultures, while revealing hidden meanings when viewed up close.
  • For more than a decade Assa Studio is at the forefront of exploring the creative potential of additive manufacturing. Assa Ashuach has developed several projects for the collection, including a lamp with a unique design and a customizable bag inspired by origami, printed on Dinamicamiko vegetable leather. Its innovative 3D-printed Evolve shoe features a custom “Evolve Sensor” midsole that studies the wearer by recording their movement data and is currently on display at the Dubai Museum of the Future.
  • Illusory material is a San Francisco-based design studio co-founded by Jiani Zeng and Honghao Deng, specializing in optics and software research. Renowned designers and researchers are known for their work with the lenticular effect that they carry in the innovative design of this refillable perfume bottle, the first of its kind!
Illusory Material is known for their work with the lenticular effect that they carry into the innovative design of this refillable perfume bottle, the first of its kind
  • Kaimin is active in the LGBTQIA + community and has worked with people like Bjork, Lady Gaga and Beyoncé. Based in New York, this gendered fashion brand has designed three new garments in collaboration with Travis Fitch, which propose the theme of inclusivity. The body, dress and jacket draw inspiration from NYC’s parametric urban architecture.

«The collaboration with stylists and fashion houses has given us the opportunity to present an innovative collection to the world with 3D printing technology. We believe that 3D printing is the future of innovation in fashion and design, and that it will open up endless possibilities for stylists and manufacturing companies to customize and customize 3D-printed fabric garments, ”he says. Shamir ShohamStratasys Vice President of Design.

“Reflection visibly expresses the impact of global change over the past two years through innovative fashion and design,” he says Naomi Kaempfer, Art, Design and Fashion Director for Stratasys. “The collection focuses on three main pillars: personal space, social inclusion and conscious production”.

Stratasys collaborated with Dyloan and with D-house from Milan, a center of excellence for innovation in the development of fashion technology. D-house demonstrates the versatility of 3D printing applications from concept design to manufacturing using technology 3DFashion by Stratasys. Some pieces made for the Reflection collection and Stratasys 3DFashion technology will be on display at the D-house throughout Milan Design Week. Stratasys technology is also at the heart of the new D-House Academy for Fashion Designers in Italy, which helps transform design workflows by adapting them to the possibilities of technology.

Lidewij Edelkoort, a world-renowned fashion specialist and trend forecaster, says there has long been a strong interest in a 3D printer for textiles and clothing that offers countless potential uses for fashion designers’ creativity. Edelkoort expects the industry to respond with great enthusiasm, saying: “From handmade decoration to creative engineering, this Stratasys hybrid machine will answer millions of prayers, enabling the emergence of beauty for an inclusive audience.”

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