Fashion Incubator Program is Designing a More Sustainable Industry

Fashion Incubator Program is Designing a More Sustainable Industry

Amanda Parkes rethinks how manufacturing, technology and design can intersect under one state-of-the-art roof

  • 7 may 2015

Amanda Parkes of Manufacture NY, a Fashion Incubator and Accelerator Manufacturing Facility in Brooklyn, works with leaders across sectors to create sustainable solutions within the broken infrastructure of fashion manufacturing. During PSFK 2015, Parkes argued in favor of creating hybrid opportunities for the future of fashion and technology through the use of withstanding materials, processes and facilities.

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