26 June 2020
We’re continuing to track the ever-evolving fashion landscape as we enter the next phase of this unprecedented journey- reopening of physical stores. Investing in digital is no longer a choice and it is about how well and fast the brands adapt to changes.
During the lockdown it was possible to create and see prototypes from home only with the help of 3D tools.
There are brands that develop in-house teams to work with 3D, like Teddy Spa., one of the leading Italian companies in the fast fashion industry, present in 40 countries, with 6 own brands. It is also important that people understand how 3D prototyping works and to teach them use specific tools, this is why it is taught in Universities as well.
Prismatech has answers about all the opportunities this tool has for the industry as a whole.
Dino DI GENNARO - Senior Pattern Maker & 3D Project Manager of TEDDY S.p.a
Dino has 30 years of experience in reputable clothing companies from luxury to denim brands. In Teddy he has dedicated his last 3 years experimenting with 3D technology thanks to CLO3D, for projecting clothes with all the details. As the project leader, he manages the training programs of all the users in the company. He is passionate, and believes in his dreams.
Alberto Rossato -Sales Manager at Prisma Tech Srl
Alberto is developing the Italian Fashion market. Passionate about technology since he was a child, he holds studies in Information Technology and sales management with the aim of helping companies improve and streamline their business processes through the use of innovative technologies.
Prisma Tech provides innovative solutions that support the product development process and the digitalization of business processes.
50 specialists are at the service of more than 1000 client companies, including: Pininfarina, Piaggio, De Longhi, Electrolux, Riello Sistemi, Finmeccanica, IMA, Gefit, Bticino, Luxottica, Dainese, Moncler and many others.
The main partnerships are represented by the collaboration with: Autodesk, world leader in the development of CAD and PLM solutions; Clo Virtual Fashion, a company that develops software for the fashion sector; Stratasys, global manufacturer of 3D and HP printers, professional workstation brand.
Paolo Rizzetti - Director ITS Machina Lonati
Paolo worked as Production Manager and freelance advisor for many fashion brands for 20 years. For the past 10 years, he managed training and education activities at ITS Machina Lonati institute, that offers post-diploma courses to help students acquire specific technical skills and introduce them to the labour market. The teachers are managers from companies and the courses include an internship in local or international companies. They teach Clo 3D software since 2017, and fromOctober they will introduce a new course: 3D Fashion designer.
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