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EPSON Hosts Second Annual Digital Couture Event in NYC

Epson announces its second annual Epson Digital Couture event on Feb. 9. 

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LONG BEACH, Calif.- Just ahead of Fashion Week in New York City, Epson announces its second annual Epson Digital Couture event on Feb. 9. The event combines fashion and technology with a showcase of 11 designer collections and demonstrations of Epson’s developments in textile printing.

 “The Epson Digital Couture event will showcase the amazing creative potential and stunning color reproduction that designers are able to achieve using Epson’s textile printing technology,” says Keith Kratzberg, executive vice president, Epson America.

The showcase will feature collections by designers from North and Latin America, offering up designs in a wide variety of formats including dye-sublimation and direct-to-garment. Those scheduled to appear at Epson Digital Couture include:

–           Chloe Trujillo from Los Angeles, Calif.

–           Cristina Ruales from Brooklyn, N.Y.

–           Fabrizzio Berrocal from Costa Rica

–           GM by Gustavo Moscoso from Ecuador

–           Kaleidoscopic by María de Lourdes Ramírez and Isabel Navarro Landa from Mexico

–           LENERD by Felipe Santamaría Luque from Colombia

–           Matías Hernán from Chile

–           Ossira by Agostina Orlandi and Ludmila Osikovsky from Argentina

–           Pionier by Janet Ríos and Carmen Artica from Peru

–           Santika by Danny Santiago from Miami, Fla.

–           Tigresse by Fabio Yukio from Brazil

Epson will also demonstrate the latest in textile printing inks, a part of its acquisition of Italian company For. Tex and showcase high quality textile samples.

“For the second year in a row, the Epson Digital Couture event showcases how today’s fashion designers are leveraging innovative printing technologies to bring their creative visions to life,” says Agustin Chacon, Epson America’s vice president of international marketing.

For more information on Epson’s textile printing technology, visit www.proimaging.epson.com.

Mike Clark

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