Kornit presents virtual one-day fashion event

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Digital direct-to-garment systems manufacturer Kornit is presenting a virtual one-day sustainable fashion event on 4 November, showcasing apparel unveiled at Kornit Fashion Week Tel Aviv and highlighting features of the KornitX workflow ecosystem.

In addition, the Fashion Without Limits event will feature thought leadership, live technology demos, a fashion show exhibiting designer pieces produced entirely via digital means, and interactive panel discussions.

A demonstration of the KornitX workflow ecosystem for global fulfillment on demand will be covered, and attendees will discover how sustainable production can be leveraged on demand to create new opportunities to thrive and grow regardless of long-term market conditions or disruptions.

Speakers include Kornit CEO Ronen Samuel, president of Kornit Digital Asia-Pacific Ilan Elad, and Kornit general manager for Japan, Hisashi Tada, as well as OpenFactory CEO Kenji Horie.

Debs Corporation CEO Hani Debs will also be speaking at the event. The company is installing a Kornit Presto system as part of a joint demonstration centre with Kornit Digital—the first such system for digital direct-to-fabric production in Japan—and supplying many of the customised fabrics for the designer apparel presented in this event.

Kornit's sustainable fashion event: Tokyo – 13 October
Kornit's sustainable fashion event:
Tokyo – 13 October

“Those who join us for this program will be empowered with the insights they need to safeguard their business against unforeseen challenges, expand their product offerings, and give their customers the quality and responsible production practices they demand,” said Ilan Elad, president, Kornit Digital Asia-Pacific.

In addition to several finished apparel pieces first unveiled at Kornit Fashion Week Tel Aviv, Fashion Without Limits will showcase sustainably-produced ready-to-wear apparel and yoga wear created by local designer Yukiko the Witch, scarves created by designer Shoko Orui, and Israeli designs on fashionable kimonos, as well as t-shirts imprinted via Kornit’s innovative Atlas MAX system for mass customisation.

Kornit’s MAX production technology simulates screen printing, vinyl heat transfer, dye sublimation, embroidery, and high-density/3D decoration effects using the same single-step, pigment-based, waterless production capabilities as Kornit’s industry-leading direct-to-garment print process.

Register here to attend Kornit’s Fashion Without Limits online event on 4 November. 


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