3D print a unique lipstick with Ellure, see how Renewcell makes it possible to recycle your clothes, and see how you can rent your new wardrobe from Hack Your Closet. You will also see some of the latest research from KTH with potential to transform the fashion industry.
6 April, 10:00-17:00 at Teknikringen 1!
Dimpora is a chemical company which develops sustainable and non-harmful functional membranes, mostly aimed at the production of outdoor gear.
Their non-toxic, mineral-based and fluorine-free alternative protects outdoor wear from rain and harsh weather conditions. This biodegradable solution can be added to any type of garment in a micro-thin membrane that shields against the elements in a sustainable way. In 2019, Dimpora was named one of the winners of the Global Change Award.
Be the first to see the 2022 winners of H&M Foundation's Global Change Award! Global Change Award is the world's largest initiative to accelerate the transformation to a more sustainable fashion future. KTH is a partner in the initiative since the start i 2015.
See which five new innovations will share 1 million Euro and earn a place in the innovation accelerator, where they will be supported by KTH Innovation, H&M Foundation, Accenture and Mills Fabrica.
Volumental helps you find perfectly fitting footwear using a combination of 3D foot scans, retail purchase data and AI. Their solution helps reduce returns by 18%. Today, they have scanned over 24 million feet.
Volumental was founded by researchers at KTH with support from KTH Innovation.
Renewcell is one of the only companies in the world that can upcycle cellulosic textile waste, such as cotton clothes. Fast Company named Renewcell one of the World’s Most Innovative Companies 2021. Circulose® was also included on TIME Magazine’s list of the 100 Best Inventions 2020. By 2030, the aim is to recycle the equivalent of 1.4 billion t-shirts each year.
Renewcell was founded by researchers at KTH with support from KTH Innovation.
Hack Your Closet is your best friend who lets you borrow their clothes - from a wardrobe with over 50,000 garments. With their subscription service, you get a new selection of clothes every month - without having to buy anything new.
The company was founded by KTH alumnus Mikaela Larsell Ayesa. As a student, Mikaela developed the company Axxma with support from KTH Innovation.