Fashion Tech Farm
A studio, incubator and production facility for innovative fashion
The Fashion Tech Farm is based on more than 13 years of experience in Fashion Tech with the company by-wire.net. We felt it became time to upscale our activities and move towards the high-tech region: Eindhoven! As the Farm is big enough it became a multi-company building for companies working in Fashion Tech. The Fashion Tech Farm is occupied with Fulltime Farmers, Flex Farmers, Visiting Farmers and Friends of the Farmers. Here a short introduction.
By-wire.net is dedicated to designing and prototyping innovative textile products and garments. Marina Toeters is initiator and the driving force behind by-wire.net. She initiates and supports development processes for innovative, supportive and sustainable garments.
LABELEDBY. is reshaping the future of textiles. Jessica Joosse and Fabienne van der Weiden are experts in 3D printing on textiles and strive for a personalised, localised and sustainable fashion industry.
3D Print Experience Lab Eindhoven, initiated by LABELEDBY. is housing in the Fashion Tech Farm.
Lithe Lab is a research and design consultancy that focuses on personal design and innovative concepts in health care. The aim of Daisy van Loenhout as driving force is to create more options for wearers so they can present themselves in the way they want.
Bilihome aims to support jaundiced newborns and their parents, naturally. The wearable solution allows optimal blue light therapy and helps babies to recover at home. Bilihome received the design concept Red Dot: Best of the Best.
Wearable Senses Lab dependence. Fashion Tech Farm functions also as Wearable Senses Lab dependence for the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). We support students with access to materials, machines and expertise and house and maintain the Epson sublimation printer and Heat Jet colander from the TU/e.
Beam Contrechoc approaches the world of interactive fabrics from autonomous art.
The Fashion Filter is an online pop-up store for Fashionable Facemasks initiated in March 2020 in the Fashion Tech Farm, LABELEDBY., by-wire.net.
Malou Beemer focuses as fashion designer on working with the body and personal space around it. She is fascinated by human behavior, psychology, movement and the way this translates to nonverbal communication.
Rosa Scholtens researches, with The Textile Chapter, in all kinds of ways how we can make the textile industry future-proof. She makes a podcast, Circular Textile Stories, in which she research perspectives on a circular future.