You have to be able to think in a technological way to create a 3D fabric and then understand how that will then translate into haute couture clothing. The fashion designer, Issey Miyake, shows in the video the thought process and then the functional requirements of creating such a material. All the while the images focus on form and movement. They also portray very clearly how technology aids graphic design in a fundamental way to take it to a higher level. The marriage of technology and graphic design is extraordinary and you can literally see how different this 3D material is from normal material. This material was created for his summer collection this year and tomorrow we’ll see just how much technology can inspire and take us to a whole new level of creativity and imagination.
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