Clothing start-up, Son of a Tailor, has recently kicked the ecological game up a score by making sweaters utilizing 3D printers.
The Danish company spearheaded the Zero Waste pullover with the assistance of a Kickstarter crusade, arriving at its objective of $15,000 in only 39 minutes.
Abiding with two guiding principle – no fabric squander and no unsold stock – Son of a Tailor utilizes 3D knitting machine innovation to counteract overproduction and material waste as shorts when making this one of a kind design.
The Zero Waste sweater, alongside different articles of clothing made by the company, has a spotless and moderate aesthetic appeal. In addition to the fact that this is an impression of the brand’s Scandi roots, yet additionally an empowering configuration highlight that expands the wearability of the pieces, likewise increasing the maintainability of the piece.
Every thing on the site is totally specially made to accommodate clients’ particular estimations from their stature to their weight. This is a success win as each piece is absolutely customisable, the paces of item returns are altogether brought down.