This Apparel Line Creates Custom Garments Based on a Customer's Mood

By: Katherine Pendrill - Aug 13, 2015
References: juliehelleseriksen & bustle
Abstract_ is now creating custom garments based on the specific mood and emotions of the customer. While fashion has always been an outlet for individuality, this company puts a whole new spin on freedom of expression.

In order to create emotion-based clothing, Abstract_ founder Julie Eriksen teamed up with textile designer Bjørn Karmann. The duo created a virtual web shop that analyzes a customer's photos and personality. The online program then creates different patterns and designs out of unique text and facial recognition. The idea is to get the customer involved in the design process and help them contribute to the final product. The end result is a custom garment that reflects an individual's keystrokes and visual cues.

With consumers increasingly demanding unique and personalized clothing, Abstract_ offers a revolutionary outlet for self-expression.