SeamlessSeamless woven trousers created on the loom
To make sustainability profitable, merging two separate industries, textiles and fashion, into one streamlined process that will reduce material waste and shorten supply chains.
This project re-imagines how clothes are made by creating fully fashioned, seamless woven garments engineered on the loom rather than through a cut & sew manufacturing process, resulting in reduced material waste, resource usage, shortened supply chains and ultimately tackling sustainability. Access to industrial jacquard looms, CAD programs, and technicians will allow the designer to produce manufacture-ready prototypes and a system to duplicate the process. This project focuses on trousers at this stage. The project’s angle is to focus on scalability, efficiency and cost-effectiveness by using machines already in the industry.
GRAYSHA AUDREN (United Kingdom)
Graysha is a woven textile designer, with a background in fashion design, whose work focuses on rethinking systems for sustainable innovation.
EE EXCLUSIVES (The Netherlands)
EE-exclusives specialises in high-tech machines and expert craftsmanship to create woven products, using special 3D-weaving techniques. Their expertise consists of highly detailed jacquard fabrics in project-based quantities.