Kornit, Fashion Institute Continue Collaboration

Allegro-printed textiles used for fashion design contest.

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Kornit Digital and the Fashion Institute of Technology have expanded their third annual partnership challenging design students to work with printed textiles. In the first stage of the collaboration, textile/surface design students created original designs that were printed on a Kornit Allegro printer.

This year, more than 40 fashion design students have joined the competition, using their classmates’ printed fabric designs to create ready-to-wear clothing. Entries were judged by Zahir Babvani, VP of design, FullBeauty Brands; Leslie Baker, designer, Bon-Ton; Nicki Gondell, principal, Trend House; Debby Strickler, creative director, Trend House; Erin Doty, art director, Kornit Digital; and Marco Paul, strategic accounts manager, Kornit Digital North America. Garments were evaluated for marketability, use of printed textile, construction, trend, and more.

First place was awarded to Allison Clausius; second place to Anchal Kansra; and third place to Aarohi Shah.


 

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