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With an eye on the past, a textile artist prints 3D fabrics of the future

With an eye on the past, a textile artist prints 3D fabrics of the future

Written by David

December 26, 2018

An African-inspired piece of clothing created from recycled pieces of fabric, by Ganit Goldstein (Courtesy Ganit Goldstein) Ganit Goldstein doesn’t think of herself as a fashion designer, but rather as a technology developer for the fashion world. The recent Bezalel graduate, who has studied traditional Japanese crafts and has dyed her own yarns for weaving, has developed an algorithm for creating 3D lace in the tradition of 15th century hand-crocheted pieces. It all comes together in Goldstein’s first collection of clothing and shoes, which drew deeply on the past in order to look forward to the future. Free Sign Up She was a finalist at the 2018 Arts of Fashion Competition in San Francisco, California, and was one of 11 designers invited to show her collection of seven dresses and six pairs of shoes in Hong Kong at a sustainable fashion design competition. She placed second overall. Ganit Goldstein, […]

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