Sarah Richards, United States
Epson hosted its third annual Epson Digital Couture Fashion Presentation took place on Tuesday, February 7th at the IAC Building at 555 West 18th Street. With a "Textiles Stories" theme, 13 designs from North and Latin America showcased their designs created with Epson's world-class textile printing solutions.
Designers include Alexandra Polo and Miguel Moyano from Ecuador, Carlos de Moya from Dominican Republic, Daniel Barreria from Brazil, Daniela Hoehmann from Chile, Leonardo Mena from Mexico, Lindsay Degen from United States, Philadelphia University from United States, Ricardo Pava from Colombia, Sarah Richards from United States, Sarah Stevenson from Canada, Sonia Chang and Daniel del Barco from Costa Rica, Susan Wagner from Peru, and Venesa Krongold from Argentina.
Digital dye-sublimation and direct-to-garment technologies, allow designers to alter textile designs, make color selections with the click of a mouse and hone in on the fine details of their creations. The SureColor F-Series printers allow fashion and textile designers to bring their ideas and inspiration to life. These printers are high-speed, low-cost solutions that produce sharp, vivid images and offer an abundance of rich colors, intense blacks and smooth gradations onto fabric.
Leonardo Mena, Mexico
Susan Wagner, Peru
Daniela Hoehmann, Chile
Sarah Stevenson, Canada
Alexandra Polo and Miguel Moyano, Ecuador
Carlos de Moya, Dominican Republic
Sonia Chang and Daniel del Barco, Costa Rica
Daniel Barreria, Brazil
- Kim Weling