As with any new material it takes time to discover what can be done with it, after experimenting for a couple of years we feel we’re finally getting the hang of it! We always knew we could adjust any of the garments to fit any body shape but one of the surprising discoveries was that […]
Playing with modeclix builds familiarity with the material and you start to discover many ways in which you can use the textile that you hadn’t considered or even realised in the beginning. These images really begin to show the versatility of modeclix. Photos by Simon Deiner Models Paige & Faith.
modeclix is adaptable, the textile sheets can be put together in a variety of ways allowing you to explore form and drape. The adaptability also means that different colours can be combined together to create interesting effects. This dress was the second dress we made and once the form was complete we decide to dye […]
modeclix was initially developed to address the challenges of 3D Printing fashion. Considerations included how to make a fluid textile that would drape, flow and move. How to overcome the maximum print volume restriction of the 3D Printer to produce something large enough to be worn and how to allow someone with no CAD knowledge to […]
modeclix is an adaptable textile. It is additively manufactured as linked sheets and assembled by hand to create in the first instance customisable clothing. The more we play and create with modeclix the more we realise it has many potential applications. Browse through to see some of the items we’ve created and read about how […]