Ecouterre posted about Epson’s latest digital printer for textiles.
One of the hottest tickets at New York Fashion Week last Tuesday had the least likely of hosts: Epson. The occasion? The launch of the SureColor F7170, the latest in a line of digital dye-sublimation printers for textiles. Attended by the likes of celebrities Analeigh Tipton and Jessica Stroup, the electronics firm’s “Digital Couture” event in Manhattan’s West Village featured the designs of 11 early adopters of the on-demand technology, including Ay Not Dead from Argentina, Pilar Briceño from Colombia, Esosa from New York City, Maggie Barry from Los Angeles, and Pineda Covalin from Mexico.
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