Open Source

Customization is the other side of making clothes that people keep. Proper fit is the baseline, then comes the interplay of material, trims, and graphics. Our current microfactory setup makes this kind of co-creative retail a real possibility. [a]industri, our partner in Sweden, is building out a pipeline to custom fit anything from their style library to the end user (measurements taken from a single photo) and allow for unrestricted print placement, no MOQ.

Roadmap

Here—our MetaLoot drop was an ambitious and successful suite of 5 custom-embroidered pieces, shipped out to everyone who redeemed the MetaLoot bag NFT. At the Berlin HQ, we correspondingly embroidered a cap, a hoodie, pants, silk gloves, and a silk snood with NFT metadata personalized to each individual redemption. No two sets are alike.

Ahead—continued development embroidery customization in Berlin, and also look into custom printing and trims in Brooklyn with DECODE.

Horizon—our partner [a]industri in Sweden is building out a pipeline to custom fit anything from their style library to the end user (measurements taken from a single photo) and allow for unrestricted print placement, no MOQ. Currently [a]industri seeks funding for one full-time developer and for a CNC cutting machine. Everything else is in place.

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Open Source
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Zero Waste
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Size Flexibility
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Modularity
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Reverse Retail
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Clothing is Metadata
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