Jule Waibel, Raised: the German fashion designer Jule Waibel presented Raised, a collection of folded-fabrics-dresses born from the project of paper dresses Entfaltung.
Freitag, F-abric: F-abric is the new material developed by Freitag: textiles produced in Europe from European bast fibers, completely compostable.
Vacuum Forming Shoe: Lou Moria designed – as part of her project “last 21986” – a pair of shoes manufactured using vacuum forming technology: cheap, easy, quick manufactured and fully recyclable.
A dress for the Moon: with Wanderers Neri Oxman creates a collection of wearables result of a design research that lies at the intersection of multi-material 3D printing and Synthetic Biology.
Kinematics Dress: the Museum of Modern Art has acquired the Kinematics Dress developed by Nervous System along with the 4D printing system that created it for their permanent collection.
Nendo, Envelope: Nendo designed for the Italian footwear and bag brand Tod’s Envelope, a men’s boat shoes that combines leather and suede, visually connected with side detail.
Kofta, Platonic Solids: for his collection Platonic Solids Kiev-based fashion designer Konstantin Kofta plays with the five perfect 3-dimensional forms of the Periodic Table of Elements.
Super Bag: Discipline launched its first bag, Super Bag, by French designer Pauline Deltour and manufactured in collaboration with FPM - Fabbrica Pelletterie Milano.
Warriors of downpour city: fascinated by the behavior of people in the rain, Anne van Galen comes up with a poetic text and eight big photos representing the collection Warriors of downpour city.
Bastardisation: Daniel González D.G. Clothes Project presented at Milan Design Week 2014 Bastardisation, a collection of sculpture-shoes.
Magnetic Motion: by thoroughly examining the representation of dynamic forces of attraction and repulsion, Iris van Herpen fuses nature and technology in her SS 15 ready-to-wear collection.
Lesia Trubat, E-Traces: Lesia Trubat designed a technologic pointé shoes that allows ballet dancers to recreate their movements in digital pictures using a mobile application.
Don’t Run Beta: Don’t Run – Beta is a pilot production line initiated by Eugenia Morpurgo and Juan Montero. It is an experimental system focused on illustrating the possibility of a transparent, open and collaborative production line for shoe making and design.
Martin Azua, Numbered: Spanish designer Martin Azua designs a backpack bag which represents the idea that a strict functionality can follow simple but not evident solutions.
Fondue Slipper: Japanese designer Satsuki Ohata presented at Salone Satellite 2014 Fondue Slipper, a new concept of footwear that perfectly match with foot by “dipping” it.