The Phoenix Art Museum is getting all sorts of attention, and not only for being the host of the Devoured Phoenix Culinary Classic this weekend. Their recently installed exhibit "Digital Print Fashion" was written up in Elle for embracing new technology.
The exhibit features notable designers, including Mary Katrantzou, Alexander McQueen, Ralph Rucci and Issey Miyake. It really is an exhibit you need to see in person, as the fabrics seem to have a life of their own. If you are going to Devoured this weekend, make sure to stop by this exhibit before leaving the museum!
Check out what Elle had to say about the exhibit:
"From serpents on silk to labyrinths on linen—the advancements of digital printing and textile development is allowing designers to further their visions on cloth. Before the technology was favored by Alexander McQueen, digital printing was first used in the carpet industry in the 1970s and then later on large format banners in the '80s. It finally found its place in fashion in the early 1990s..."