The Face Coverings project has been a collaborative effort between British Wool and Future Fashion Factory, focusing on the design and manufacture of personalised, reusable face coverings as fashion accessories providing excellent thermo-physical comfort and, of course, aesthetic appeal.
Collaborating with Future Fashion Factory, DP Dyers and the University of Leeds’ Professor Stephen Westland, led a R&D project that introduced modern control systems, which can significantly reduce some of the challenges experienced in the dyehouses of today.
Collaborating with Future Fashion Factory, Professor Stephen Westland, and their software partner, Juno Software, Pennine Weavers unpicked the challenges behind the implementation of Artificial Intelligence as part of a weavers’ operations and processes.
As part of a Future Fashion Factory project, Assyst Bullmer collaborated with Future Fashion Factory exploring how the latest technological innovations from the automotive and aerospace sectors could be applied in UK fashion manufacturing.
Working with Future Fashion Factory researchers, Rose Danford-Phillips is exploring the possibilities of using natural pigments in printed fashion products as an alternative to traditional synthetic colorants.
Future Fashion Factory Community Member Hylo is leading the way in accelerating environmental change in the athletic footwear market. Their mission is clear, to be a movement of Athletes for Planet, using materials science to make performance products in a better way. Their products are built to perform but with […]
Ahead of Future Fashion Factory’s Virtual Showcase (15 June), we are very pleased to share the full schedule. In addition to a full day of fantastic speakers and panels, the Virtual Showcase will feature videos from our community of researchers and industry partners highlighting the innovation taking place […]
With its unique approach to reducing the fashion industry’s reliance on freshwater, SaltyCo is the winner of the Yoox / Vogue Challenge- The Future of Responsible Fashion.
A University of Leeds graduate is one of five finalists in MTV and the British Fashion Council’s Music Meets Fashion competition.
With over 20 years in menswear design, Maggie Mattioni believes 3D tools are the next frontier for fashion designers.