Israel and Singapore-based Browzwear is making every fashion designers’ dream come true: instead of sewing countless versions of every garment in different fabrics and styles, they can now create a 3D garment that accurately simulates all the features of both the fabric and the pattern – and that’s just the beginning. With customers like Adidas, Walmart and Asos, entrepreneurs Avihay Feld and Noam Nevo promise: The future of fashion is cleaner, faster, smarter and more creative.

Read the full article (Hebrew) from Globes G Magazine >>

The Browzwear Team is excited to announce that VF Jeanswear has been named a 2017 Top Innovator by Apparel Magazine. The annual awards are given out by the magazine to companies that harness “the power of technology to improve their businesses and serve the consumer.” We nominated VF Jeanswear for their commitment to advancement demonstrated by their use of Browzwear’s Vstitcher and Lotta 3D to transform their pattern making and product development.

According to the report, “While adopting Browzwear has changed how the Jeanswear’s mass women’s group approaches fit and pattern development, individual pattern makers use the software to varying degrees. More than 30 pattern makers have been trained in Vstitcher for fit development and approximately 25 percent of us use it for 100 percent of pattern development.”

VF Jeanswear has established a program in cooperation with the nearby University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG), Department of Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Studies to recruit interns and graduates and train them in Browzwear software.

To read the full coverage, see page 31 of the Apparel Magazine article.