MRI Scans Inspire Science-Centric Clothing

MRI Scans Inspire Science-Centric Clothing
Design

Fashion designer Brooke Roberts fuses fashion and medical data using digital knitting techniques

Simone Spilka
  • 21 january 2015

In 2014, PSFK reviewed products that successfully bridged the barriers of technology and fashion, and in 2015, one fashion designer has added science into the mix. Brooke Roberts, a London-based radiographer and knitwear designer, uses MRI brain scans and a digital knitting machine to produce a highly unique and beautiful line of clothing.

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