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Pauline van Dongen is a Dutch fashion and wearable technology designer and collaborator. Her studio, established in 2010, is a creative space constantly involved in array of different projects that span various disciplines and collaborators. Pauline works within the intersection of fashion and technology and with her designs, she aims to enhance and innovate the body experience in a relation with its surroundings. The language and expression of the body give form to the garment thus establishing an intimate and personal connection with the wearer. Her brand, Pauline van Dongen was established in 2010, her studio is constantly involved in a diverse array of projects that span various disciplines, locations and collaborators. The studio is immersed in the dynamic intersection of fashion and technology and is dedicated to collaborative work that enables innovation and experimentation to take the form of a product. As a creator interested in the notion of interactivity in fashion, Pauline van Dongen researches the human body in relation to its surroundings. By collaborating with innovators from the fields of science and technology, Pauline aims to bring out and accentuate the inherently natural characteristics of the individual.

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Adam is an entrepreneur. He is the chairman and CEO of Assembled Brands, a collection of fashion brands, and co-founder and chairman of General Assembly, a private school for professional development.

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