Jefferson Students and Faculty Participate in Epson Digital Couture Event: Printing Impressions

Jefferson students and faculty members shared their designs and expertise at Epson’s  Digital Couture Event on Feb. 6, leading into New York Fashion Week, Printing Impressions reported Feb. 9.

Fashion design student Patricia Franklin discussed the vibrant collection she and a team of Jefferson students designed for the fashion show. With advanced digital printing equipment available on campus, Franklin said, students are able to design and test textiles on site, giving designers the ability to work on the textiles until they are satisfied with the result.

Mark Sunderland, textile engineer and director of Jefferson’s global fashion enterprise and textile materials technology programs, participated in a panel discussion on the future of textile printing and design during as part of the event.

 

 

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