Ganit Goldstein is the finalist of the 2018 Arts of Fashion Competition in San Francisco, California and a graduate of Jerusalem’s Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design. She’s also one of only eleven designers asked to parade their collections in Hong Kong at the Sustainable Fashion Design competition where she took the 2nd place.
“Technology lets me express myself. With 3D printing, you can create then return to add more layers,” said Goldstein.
“I believe in the use of technology to better the world of fashion and to think more about the environment. To think about more sustainable systems, with no manufacturing leftovers,” said Goldstein.
Goldstein follows on the footsteps of Danit Peleg, another Israeli designer that uses 3D printing to create fashion apparel that draws television appearances and commissions all over the world.
While Goldstein doesn’t see herself as a fashion designer, but rather as a technology developer for the fashion world, her latest collection of clothing and shoes has received lots of accolades from the fashion experts, in particular, the 3D printed ‘wooden’ sandals.
To find out about Goldstein’s latest collection and innovative fashion garments, make sure you visit her official website.