Fashion Continuum: Kick-start for user design

01.03.2011 D.I.Y : Customised : Interactive Design

Los Angeles – To change the way we view mass consumption, fashion designer Mary Huang has created a platform which blends interactive software with the web, to enable individual consumers to take part in the design and production process.

Launched via Kickstarter, Continuum lets users create their own 3D model, which is turned into a flat pattern that can be cut from fabric and sewn into a dress. The cutting patterns are also downloadable, free of charge, for those who would rather make them themselves.

For more on how designers are using innovative technology to create sustainable fashion, read our interview with Issey Miyake. LS:N Global expects to see more DIY in fashion.

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