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Computational Fashion — 3D printing for the Body
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Computational Fashion — 3D printing for the Body

A panel discussing the implications & potential impact of 3D printing on the fashion industry — A panel discussing the new possibilities 3D printing affords designers within the fashion industry, featuring Joris Debo, from Materialise; Sabine Seymore, the Director of The Fashionable Technology at Parsons; Gabi Asfour, Fashion Designer with threeASFOUR; Bradley Rothenberg, co-founder of studioBRAD; Duann Scott Design Evangelist, Shapeways.

Panel: The Future

Saturday, May 10: 9:30 a.m to  6:00 p.m.
New York University
Einstein Auditorium, 34 Stuyvesant Street, First Floor

This conference brings the great talent of costume designers, and the impact they bear, into a larger dialogue, opening up new avenues of approach on the topics that costume design touches at every level – history, clothing, social codes, narrative genres, science, and fashion.

With presentations, panels, and conversations between costume designers and fabricators, filmmakers, scholars, and students, Who Designed Marilyn’s Dress? is an occasion to acknowledge and examine the multi-faceted significance of costume design and to explore it as a major part of the cinematic process, indispensible to the success and look of a film.

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