Anouk Wipprecht is an internationally recognized fashion tech designer known for fusing couture fashion with robotics and artificial intelligence to create garments that move, breathe, and react to the environment around them. Anouk has produced innovative work in collaboration with some of the biggest fashion, technology, and entertainment companies, including Swarovski, Adidas, Intel, Audi, Disney, and Cirque du Soleil—to name a few.
In her second appearance on the Electric Runway podcast, Anouk shares what she has been working on since we last spoke, including a prosthetic leg for bionic pop artist Viktoria Modesta, as well as a playful medical wearable designed to help children with ADHD or autism. We find out how the landscape of design has changed since we last spoke, as well as how she’s thinking about fashion tech in 2019.
This episode of the Electric Runway podcast is brought to you by FITC, the leading creative technology conference. Anouk is the first in a series of designers we’re interviewing on the Electric Runway podcast in advance of FITC Toronto, taking place April 29th thru May 1st at the Hilton Hotel Toronto. Use the discount code electricrunway to receive 20% off your FITC tickets.
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- Smoke Dress on display at the Autodesk Gallery in San Francisco
- Spider Dress on display at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago