Textiles Student Jungeun Lee Develops Method of Design Without Stitching

By: Leslie Chen - Published: Jul 19, 2011 • References: studiokoya & fastcodesign
Jungeun Lee is attending the Royal College of Art in London for textiles and has created a way of creating garments without sewing.

After failing to find a new way of making something, she Jungeun Lee developed the 'Wrapped Garment' process which uses "synthetic fiber and a heating process to create three-dimensional, sculptural designs that require no cutting, weaving, or sewing" according to The process Jungeun Lee has come up with is quite simple: you simply wrap your materials around a mannequin and then apply heat to put it all together.

The results of this sewing without sewing process created by Jungeun Lee are seamless pieces that scream contemporary chic.

Implications - With so many new technologies coming out each day, modern consumers are attracted to only the most contemporary methods of design. Products featuring a contemporary aesthetic are appealing to those who want to stay on the cutting edge. Companies looking to stay on trend could focus on this element when creating their items. Stats for Sleek Sew-Free Styles Trending: Older & Mild
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