Welded dress

Angela Armstrong

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    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2009

    Bibliographical note

    Author's note: Armstrong sourced Polyester micro fibre trimmed and PU coated Nylon, specialist fabrics that are suitable for welding. The ‘Dress’ includes antiviral/antibacterial and reflective technology and features little traditional manufacturing and is primarily sonically welded. The ‘Dress’ demonstrated ‘no sew’ making.


    Made in Future, Nuova Accademia Di Bella Arti in Milan December 2009

    As a member of the Materials KTN. and at an exhibition celebrating new technologies in Fashion, Armstrong was invited tp exhibit “Sliver Technology Suit” and “Welded Dress” alongside a selection of garments and accessories for the exhibition using SMART materials, including electronics, antibacterial and reflective technology.

    Made in Future “A Vision of Things to Come”, Cholmondeley Suite at the House of Lords, London, June 2010.

    Armstrong was invited to exhibit “Silver Technology Suit “and “Welded Dress” for the UK Fashion and Textile Industry as part of Made in Future at the Cholmondeley Suite at the House of Lords, London, June 2010. This was as a member of the materials KTN for materials UK. Sue Jenkins-Jones (London College of Fashion) asked for images of garments exhibited on the catwalk at the event for a future publication. The event included exhibits by staff and students from London College of Fashion, London, Nottingham Trent University, University College Falmouth, Herriot Watt University and University of the Arts, Central St Martins. Industry exhibitors included Peratech and Technitex. (MADE IN FUTURE Materials KTN catalogue)

    Innovative Futures, Coventry Transport Museum December 2009

    “Silver Technology Suit “and “Welded Dress” were exhibited for the UK Industry as part of Innovative Futures at the Transport museum, Coventry, December 2009.
    The powerpoint shows images of the designer's work and must be used for educational, non-commercial purposes only and must not be changed in any way. Any other use must be sought in written permission from the copyright holder Angela Armstrong: aa0441@coventry.ac.uk
    Format: sourced Polyester micro fibre trimmed and PU coated Nylon; antiviral/antibacterial and reflective technology; sonically welded
    Extent: None
    Pieces: 1
    Rights holder: Angela Armstrong
    Part of series: Made in Future, Nuova Accademia Di Bella Arti in Milan December 2009


    Made in Future “A Vision of Things to Come”, Cholmondeley Suite at the House of Lords, London, June 2010.
    Innovative Futures, Coventry Transport Museum December 2009

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