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In September Kukka moved to a new studio space, in "De Wasserij" builing in Rotterdam. De Wasserij (the laundromat) is the new hub for innovative fashion professionals. This new breeding ground is located in the old laundromat factory building of the former Bergweg Hospital. For the past two years the building is transformed into studio spaces and a textile lab makerspace and the opening is celebrated with a fashion festival.
Despite technological advances in new materials, design processes, artificial intelligence, 3D-printing, miniaturized electronics and d...
On the 29th of March I gave my very first TED talk at TEDxRotterdam, about rethinking the way we colour our clothes.
Yesterday I gave two short circular textile printing workshops at the DWGWD festival , a Dutch sustainability festival for everyone who wa...
January means fashion and textile trade fair month. The 8th Future Fabrics Expo in London presented the latest developments in sustainable...
Let's start the year by debunking on of the most repeated lines I've heard in the last two years. Namely: that fashion is the second...
Kukka is proud to showcase at Dutch Design Week! We take part in two exhibitions with our biodesign project Living Colour.
We showcased at London Design Festival! Kukka took part in the exhibition Colour Via at Surface Matter; an explorative exhibition which s...
Each season the team at the Pantone Color Institute creates the Pantone Fashion Color Trend Report; a colour overview highlighting th...