Customization and interactivity continue to be a growing directions in fashion design and now the startup CONSTRVCT, which was funded via Kickstarter, is offering customers to ability to create custom digitally printed fashion using high-quality images of their choice.
With CONSTRVCT, users can turn their photos and images into unique, custom apparel. A person just has to upload the photo he or she wants on the garment and use the virtual editor to place the image on the item. Then, the item is physically created via a fabric printer in a New York-based workshop.
The company offers sleeveless, short sleeve and one-shouldered dresses, as well as tees, to be printed, and all garments are made from organic double-knit jersey fabric. Prices range from $95 for a shirt to $199 for a dress.