Consumption of Heritage – Sun Lee questions consume and the fashion system


Korean designer, Sun Lee addresses the transience of fashion and life while questioning the values of consumers, producers and the conventional fashion system…

Unseam – New Digital Technology by Karin Vlug & Bas Froon


Karin Vlug and Bas Froon see the future of fashion in the local production of clothing – made to measure, on demand and using digital technologies…

Interview with Simon Angel, Curator of SUSTAINABLE INNOVATIONS


Simon Angel speaks to us about the exciting young designers, extraordinary innovations and new perspectives emerging in the world of textiles…

Knot – Human Hair as a Performance Fiber & Nylon Alternative


Flexible, lightweight, high strength, low-cost production and readily available: Sanne Visser has her sights on human hair as a high-performance fibre in her project KNOT…

Dyeluxe – How to Create Dyes from Food By-products


Nikolett Madai has found a way to close the gap in the cycle: with Dyeluxe she processes by-products from the food industry to make fabrics radiate in strong colours…

Swart Laeken – A Black Wool Fabric as a Bridge between Costume & Fashion


“Swart Laeken” (black layers) is the name the young Friesian designer Lotte Gulpers gave to her project in which she breathes new life into the almost forgotten, historic craft of weaving iconic black wool fabric…

Worn To Wear – Reinforcing Longevity of Fashion


With her project, Lena Winterink highlights the ageing process of garments in a poetic way – with the help of copper…

Loop Collaboration Studios – An Initiative for Professionals with a Passion for Fashion


Leva Uzkurataite made it her own task to fight the injustice against social minorities with a creative strategy…

Loop.A.Life – Collections made from 100% Recycled Raw Materials


New circular stories and how to avoid textile waste: The dutch label Loop.a Life aims to prolong the life of garments and change the perception of recycled textiles…

The Atlas of Sustainable Colours – Defining Colours in the 21st Century


Julia Kaleta presents a fascinating compendium of graduated shades and tones derived from plants, food leftovers and bacteria in her book “The Atlas of Sustainable Colour(s)”…

Eric Esser Presents the 3D Printing Project Pheres & Auxtex


The Berlin based product designer Eric Esser makes it possible to customise product to fit and suit their wearers’ needs with the 3D printing method FDM …

SUSTAINABLE INNOVATIONS: Interview with Simon Angel


The curator of our SUSTAINABLE INNOVATIONS Forum on the art of thinking outside and inside the box and the interplay of poetry and purpose…

Orange Fiber Selected for Sustainable H&M Collection


We are happy to share the news that another sustainable innovation that we showcased at MUNICH FABRIC START’s KEYHOUSE got scalable with big names: Orange Fibre, the fabric made from citrus juice by-products…