French designer Clement Balavoine has created a digital-only process that lets fashion designers create and personalise a garment without ever touching fabric
Named Neuro, the method relies on a combination of several pieces of 3D software, used together to create clothes that are fitted on virtual models.
Laser-cutting machines or 3D printers can be used to produce the garments, giving designers more scope to digitally tailor pieces for individual customers.
“Design-wise, it allows any designer to create, visualise in 360 degrees and tweak their design in just a few minutes, without touching any physical fabric,” Balavoine told Dezeen.
“They can create a garment, based on their body measurement with the fabric and colour they prefer,” he added. “If we want to push further, we would scan the customer and design the garment directly onto the digital avatar of the customer.” Read More...