Say Goodbye To Pins And Needles, Digital Tailoring Has Arrived

Say Goodbye To Pins And Needles, Digital Tailoring Has Arrived
Fashion & Apparel

A new design process called Neuro allows for garments to be created without ever touching a piece of fabric

Jennifer Passas
  • 19 august 2016

It’s never fun to stand perfectly still as a tailor works around you, placing pins and needles precariously close to your body. Thanks to a new digital process, fashion designers are now able to create and personalize a garment without ever touching the fabric. The process of digital tailoring, named Neuro, was created by French designer Clement Balavoine.

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