Designers

Anna Sophie Goschin

Fashion is an age-old concept, which is now reaching its social and ecological limits. Anna Sophie Goschin explored how digital technologies and 3D manufacturing could augment fashion and, inspired by other industries, make the assembly line of fashion more sustainable and bespoke. “I translate between physical and digital with a process of 3D scanning ready-made clothing, digital modelling, CNC robotic casting, vacuum forming and traditional fashion finishing to produce wearable garments. My final garments hover between sculptural and wearable. They are alliterations having traces of the process, machines and tools they are created with.”

With her broad database of 3D scans as an interstage product, Anna Sophie also designed and created an interactive virtual showroom space as a collaborative project exploring the possibilities of experiencing fashion in a virtual future. All this technology will not make the designer obsolete, but it will make the entire system between consumer and creator more sustainable, inclusive and liberal. 

 

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin

Anna Sophie Goschin