Textile Prototyping Lab 2018
Unmade at Textile Prototyping Lab 2018
Berlin, Germany- 26th June: Unmade’s Fashion Director and Co-Founder Kirsty Emery will be presenting at this year's Textile Prototyping Lab as part of MakeCity festival. The event will be taking place at the innovation hub Fab Lab in Berlin.
Together with ‘weißensee kunsthochschule berlin’ and ‘Fraunhofer IZM’, Fab Lab Berlin will introduce a pop-up-version of the Textile Prototyping Lab (TPL) Berlin, Germany’s first openly accessible textile prototyping studio for developing cutting edge textile products. The TPL is a BMBF-funded research project that aims at bringing together individual designers, research institutes and industrial partners in the textile industry.
Unmade is a complete digital solution that enables the world’s most innovative brands to create unique customisation experiences at an industrial scale. We call it curated customisation: brands have control but the customer is more involved and engaged in the experience and product.
Once consumers have created their unique item, we handle all steps from online orders to factory floor in your existing factories. Unmade generates every file you need to manufacture, pack and ship bespoke orders. This means that individual and short run orders can be at the same cost and speed as mass-produced items. From online and in-store retail to SKU management and analytics to factory management and shipping, Unmade gives brands tools to provide industry leading customer experience.
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