STEM a garment production brandZero-waste digital weaving technique.
Zero-waste digital weaving technique.
Today, fast fashion dominates the way we produce, sell and buy garments. In 2018, the fashion industry was responsible for almost 100 million tons of waste, making it the second most heavily polluting industry in the world.
The industry keeps consumers in the dark and breeds an unhealthy and unsustainable customer mindset. There is a real need for an alternative to this industry.
STEM’s goal and mission are to be the industry alternative.
STEM is a garment creation and retail system for the 21st century.
It pairs a novel zero-waste digital weaving technique with sustainable garment production and retail approach aiming to radically change the fashion industry. It is a disruptive innovation affecting all key steps of the current
garment manufacturing system that produces a huge amount of garment waste. The revolutionary weaving technique impacts and changes every step of the current garment production and retail system. It guarantees zero production wastes directly involving the consumer. The technique ensures that fabrics will only be produced after design and purchase creating conscious decisions throughout the process. New crosssector communication makes the process more efficient, showcasing designers to work with the same production technique.
Sarah Brunnhuber is a textile designer based in Copenhagen. she have studied design at the Design Academy Eindhoven, and work in STEM with a freelance pattern drafter.
Lottozero is a centre for textile design, art and culture, a creative hub and consultancy studio.
The headquarters are divided into a gallery, a shared studio space and an open lab for textile production, experimentation and research. They support the development of emerging talents and brands through scouting and residencies in their headquarters facilitating the exchange between them and traditional companies for mutual benefit.