As the Indian summer draws to a close with a colorful and creative review at Pulse Incubator HES with the release of its new Podcast Uncover, the show season kicks off with an ever more meaningful search for meaning in sight, as the technology of the fashion invades the world of catwalks. Let’s go back to this booming movement and invite you to discover Sarah Bounab, an eco-futurist designer, in complete privacy.
Caroline Widmer – HES Impulse Incubator
In the media, slow fashion and fair fashion have gone mainstream, these two trends now share center stage with a growing movement: Fashion Tech. And contrary to what one might imagine, his future is not played only in the Metaverse.
During Paris Fashion Week, all eyes turned to the sublime Bella Hadidthe model on which the creative duo of the Maison Coperni set their eyes to spray on her naked body a liquid material that was transformed into a dress.
This real performance has sent the fashion world into panic and has given us a glimpse of what will happen in this sector, which remains one of the most polluting on the planet.
Hybrid and connected clothing, fashion accessories entirely made with 3D printers, ultra customization and pre-fitting in augmented reality … innovation is on the move and will not stop soon, especially if it will reduce the impact of this sector on our environment .
From Bella to Sarah, there is only one step
Many are the young creators and creators who come out of the High School of Art and Design who are driven by this desire to innovate. But what are the real reasons that push them to undertake the entrepreneurial adventure?
To find out, we’re delighted to present our new podcast and video series: Pulse Uncover, My Sixth Sense, produced by The Spot Podcast Factorywith the generous support of Berney Associates.
She is the talent Sarah Bounab, eco-futurist designer, who inaugurates this first episode. Coming from HEAD, winner of the Firmenich Prize and the Who’s Next Prize, the latter allowed her to present her collection last September at the Jardin des Tuileries. She was then invited to present her latest collection of hers at the Kunsthaus Museum in Zurich.
Transform evening dresses into futuristic, modern, glamorous and ethical utopias. Because beyond her approach inspired by the cyborg woman, with metal at the center of her thoughts, Sarah uses the upcycling of pieces in noble leather, with a circular sector, which she sublimates with her creativity.
There is no doubt that his pieces, as refreshing as they are innovative, will soon become part of the biggest haute couture houses in the corners of the fashion scene. And who knows, maybe one day Bella Hadid’s curves, whom she secretly dreams of dressing, will pass on the red carpet dressed in Sarah Bounab’s creations.
Fashion must reinvent itself and -Pulse contributes to this every day by supporting innovative projects. grape leather bagsIman Loves to recycled jeans by Welcoming through the study talismania And History without fallingthat integrate the principles of sustainable development at the center of their vision, with or without technology pulsés.es are not short of ideas and allow us to learn the future with optimism.
Appointment for the HEAD fashion show on November 4thwhich will undoubtedly focus on sustainability but above all on creativity!
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