There were many one of a kind looks created by 13 designers from all over the world. The designers included Lua Luá (Michele Gevaerd) from Brazil, Hayley Elsaesser from Canada, Karyn Coo from Chile, Stephanie Ruiz from Ecuador, Eduardo Figueroa from Guatemala, Emilio Mata from Mexico, Ilse Jara from Paraguay, Ana María Guiulfo from Peru, Lina Cantillo from Colombia, Fernando Alberto , Thomas Jefferson University (Alexandra Pizzigoni &Patricia Franklin), Former Project Runway All Stars member Candice Cuoco , and ThreeASFOUR, all from the US. Their bios can be found here.
I bet you’re wondering, how can a printing company has a huge impact on fashion, easy, the technology helps “designers make color selections with the click of a mouse, and hone in on the fine details of their creations”.
Epson’s SureColor F-Series printers and technologies give fashion, textile, and interior designers alike an accessible means to bring their ideas and inspiration to life on fabric. It also enables designers to create at a faster rate which is always a necessity in our day and age of innovative technology and ultimately, fashion.
To round out the presentation, there were refreshments available along with swanky beats, courtesy of Alice Longyu Gao. We’re excited to see Epson has up their sleeves next year!
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