Fashion Futures by Bradley Quinn

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Today fashion is moving forward at a faster pace than ever before, with advancing technologies and new materials reinventing clothing as we know it. Futuristic garment designs are often inspired by surprising sources: biological science, climate change, space suits, artificial intelligence, genetic engineering, and nanotechnology. Fashion Futures offers a fascinating survey of these new directions, charting the transformational products, design processes, maverick materials, and groundbreaking practitioners that are revolutionizing fashion. Design expert Bradley Quinn also explores radical retail operations, fashion forecasting, and the relationship between fashion and other disciplines. Featuring inspirational interviews with international trend forecasters and designers, and packed with illustrations of extreme designs and prototypes, Fashion Futures is a thought-provoking overview of how fashion will look, perform and be manufactured and purchased in the twenty-first century.

About Bradley Quinn

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Bradley Quinn is a London-based writer and journalist who regularly contributes to such magazines and newspapers as Wallpaper*, Elle Decoration, Metropolis, and the Evening Standard, as well as to trend-forecasting guides. His books include Techno Fashion (2002), The Fashion of Architecture (2003), Ultra Materials (2007), and Design Futures, published by Merrell in 2011.
Published April 3, 2012 by Merrell Publishers. 240 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography.

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He has also written several books on fashion and design including Design Futures and Textile Designers at the Cutting Edge.

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“Fashion Futures will provide much material for contemplation in the way it travels far beyond the frontiers of the processes and trends in designing clothes and getting them to retail. Fashion Futures proffers an entirely new way of looking at the world of fashion.”

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