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D.K., January 21, 2008
Issey Miyake by Dai Fujiwara_Spring/Summer 2008_Frederique Dumoulin
Issey Miyake by Dai Fujiwara_Spring/Summer 2008_Frederique Dumoulin
 
Continuing to explore ways to create inexpensive clothing for everyday people, Miyake in 1999 developed a revolutionary process of manufacturing shirts and dresses from a single piece of cloth that required no sewing. Together they have completely re-thought the process, from the use of new generation raw materials, to the machines used, to the fitting of the wearer. The ‘tubes’ of fabric produced in the A-POC factories, hold complete clothing ensembles waiting to be cut out, thus literally allowing the fabric to be cut and fitted straight on to the wearer; a new concept of clothing manufacture for the fashion industry in the 21st century.

Issey Miyake by Dai Fujiwara_Spring/Summer 2008_Frederique Dumoulin
Issey Miyake by Dai Fujiwara_Spring/Summer 2008_Frederique Dumoulin
 
Issey Miyake by Dai Fujiwara_Spring/Summer 2008_Frederique Dumoulin
Issey Miyake by Dai Fujiwara_Spring/Summer 2008_Frederique Dumoulin
 
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