A pattern algorithm for fashion
& collect
Each of these scarf patterns is unique. The production workflow involves an algorithm which creates an unlimited number of different visuals based on a defined design language and a digital printer which prints the visuals on fabric. The design language of the algorithm combines classical scarf motifs known from Hermès and others - intertwined laces, chains, flowers - with a dose of 70´s psychedelic retro-aesthetics.

(C) Mario Gagliardi 2015
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