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Kornit Digital Presents Kornit Fashion Week Tel Aviv 2021

The event features 40-plus leading fashion designers participating in international showcase for sustainable fashion

Kornit Fashion Week Tel Aviv

Kornit Digital, a manufacturer of digital textile printing technology, presents Kornit Fashion Week Tel Aviv 2021, March 28-April 1. The opening gala will be hosted by supermodel Bar Rafaeli and Tel Aviv Fashion Week founder Motty Reif. More than 40 fashion designers will present, and the event’s core theme will highlight the collaboration of technology and fashion to achieve and elevate sustainable production and consumption practices.

Motty Reif - Entrepreneur & Executive Producer - Fashion Week Tel Aviv
Motty Reif, entrepreneur and executive producer of Fashion Week Tel Aviv. (Images courtesy Kornit Digital)

“A decade ago, I started Tel Aviv Fashion Week in order to promote our local talent internationally,” says Reif. “For the past five years, we’ve been a driving force behind inclusivity in fashion, and now we are tackling the industry’s most pressing issue of our time and joining forces with Kornit in order to make production more sustainable—startup nation technology meets fashion, to change the world together.”

As one of the preeminent platforms for innovation in the international fashion community, Kornit Fashion Week Tel Aviv gives observers insight into the myriad ways technology empowers fashion designers to achieve sustainability without compromising quality.

“For more than a decade, Kornit has led the charge for on-demand production, and our innovations ensure fashion designers can deliver brilliant designs, limitless color combinations, the finest hand-feel, and unparalleled durability, all while changing the game with production practices that are simultaneously more profitable, more responsive to spontaneous and shifting demand, and more eco-responsible,” says Ronen Samuel, Kornit Digital CEO. “I couldn’t be prouder to present an event that is widely recognized as a beacon for global movements and agendas and demonstrate how diversity and individual expression can be enriched and celebrated hand-in-hand with our shared vision of a more sustainable world.”

Alexandria Bruce

Alexandria Bruce is the editor of the GRAPHICS PRO Daily, covering news and guidance in apparel decoration, awards and engraving, and sign and digital printing.

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