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Module Dress / Garment

Module Dress
Module Dress

“Modularization” and “transformation” of the dress allows consumers to be involved in sustainable design and in behavior that can be called “being,” not just buying and wearing clothing. The garment can be worn in various ways as the consumer desires, decreasing consumption and wasteful purchases. Just as a PCB board in electronic devices can add various modules such as sensors and make the characteristics of the device, this dress performs like the PCB main board with snap buttons that can connect with other modules such as accessories or other fabrics. Change it and wear it as you want.

University

University of Minnesota

University of Minnesota
Saint Paul, United States

Design

University of Minnesota

University of Minnesota
Saint Paul, United States

Helen Sumin Koo