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We are pleased to be showcasing our work at this year’s CES 2017 in Las Vegas with FashionWare. Catch the runway show to see “Pretty Flowers” by Maria Orduz and “Lumen Couture” by Chelsea Klukas and Chris Corner. Hosted by Project Runway’s Nick Verreos, the show features tech-forward attire and accessories for everyone from the business […]
A few members of our team recently attended MakerFaire Shenzhen, sponsored by our friends at Seeedstudios. During our visit, our team created a number of brand new wearable technology garments. We also produced a massive runway show at Shenzhen’s Seaworld.
The MakeFashion recently travelled to Nashville to produce a runway show for Brother’s “Back to Business” conference. At the forefront of technology and design, we showcased our work to demonstrate what can happen when sewing and technology come together.
Lumen Couture, a self-contained projector hat by Chris Corner and Chelsea Klukas featured in our 2016 gala, was recently featured on The Creator’s Project by Vice Media.
The Creators Project is a global celebration of creativity, arts and technology. Launched in 2009 with Intel as founding partner, the platform features the works of visionary artists across multiple disciplines who are using technology to push the boundaries of creative expression.
MakeFashion will be showcasing at the Canadian International Fashion Film Festival on July 22nd and 23rd. The Canadian International Fashion Film Festival (CANIFFF) is a platform and event that engages, exciting directors, artists, new and established talent, advertisers, designers, producers, fashion industry leaders and audience. The Canadian International Fashion Film Festival will showcase and support […]
Take a look at highlights from our 2016 wearable tech runway show, behind-the-scenes, and interviews with designers and founders. Huge thanks to Absolut Canada for their continued sponsorship of MakeFashion and the maker community.
On June 11th Red Deer hosted it’s first Mini Maker Faire. MakeFashion brought a team of designers, engineers, and organizers to lead hands-on workshops, as well as a small showcase of our wearable tech projects.
Learn about our origins, our creative process, and our future in a joint interview with Shannon Hoover, Maria Hoover, Chelsea Klukas, and Catherine Hazin: MakeFashion began as a side project between a trio of Calgarian friends in June 2012 with the aim to explore the potential of bridging the gap between fashion and cutting-edge electronics.