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Kornit Digital

Kornit empowers the fashion and textile industries with sustainable, on-demand manufacturing solutions, meeting the needs of the rapidly changing and highly demanding market.  By bringing production closer to the end-consumer, Kornit’s technologies support the planet and boost companies’ bottom line.

Since 2003, Kornit has been has been leading the development of innovative DTG and DTF Ecosystems and sustainable printing technologies.

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Kornit Digital

Kornit offre aux secteurs de la mode et du textile des solutions de fabrication durables et à la demande répondant aux besoins d’un marché très exigeant en constante évolution. En rapprochant la production du consommateur final, les technologies Kornit protègent la planète et optimisent les résultats des entreprises.Depuis 2003, Kornit est à la tête du développement d’écosystèmes innovants d’impression directe sur vêtements (DTG) et sur tissu (DTF) et de technologies d’impression durables.
Production durable à la demande
Chris Blakeslee, President, BELLA+CANVAS

“If you’re in the game and you are not really thinking about how to use influencers and then of course by extension social media in general, to grow your business, you have to make it a number one priority from a sales and marketing standpoint.”

Keynote Presentation

Recently named among the Advertising Specialty Institute’s “Power 50 List,” Chris brings 28 years of experience, spanning a number of apparel, technology, and investment firms.

Marci Zaroff, Founder and CEO, ECOfashion Corp

“Let’s design a new reality. Let’s wear the change we all wish to see in the world.”

Keynote Presentation

Marci Zaroff coined the term “ECOfashion” in 1995 and is an internationally-recognized ECOlifestyle expert, educator, innovator, serial entrepreneur, and Author of ECOrenaissance: Co-Creating A Stylish, Sexy and Sustainable World.

Carlos Arias, CEO, Denim Forward

“It’s about stopping the craziness. Let me tell you what the craziness is. The craziness is thinking that today we can predict what consumers will want in one year. That is craziness. It’s not possible. I don’t think I can predict what consumers want next month.”

Keynote Presentation

With more than 20 years of executive leadership in apparel and fashion, Carlos has completely revamped his production model to align with Kornit Digital’s vision of sustainable, on-demand production.

Kornit Fashion Week Los Angeles + Industry 4.0 Event Panel Discussion:
November 5, 2021

Kirby Best, Bespoke MFG

Asher Levine, Fashion Designer

Carlos Arias, Denim Forward

Lisa Morales-Hellebo, RefashiondOS

Michael Sanders, Digital Bias Consulting

Chris Walia, Tukatech

“We’ve been focused on helping designers figure out how to make it also producible, the right price point and turnaround time, and easily replicable structures if you are going to produce it across a distributed network—and consistency, and quality, and color saturation, and all the things.” – Lisa Morales-Hellebo

Kornit Fashion Week Los Angeles + Industry 4.0 Event Panel Discussion:
November 4, 2021

Julia Clancey, Fashion Designer

Omer Kulka, Kornit Digital

Dana Todd, Balodana

Sherri Barry, Arizona Fashion Source

Lisa Morales-Hellebo, RefashiondOS

Michael Sanders, Digital Bias Consulting

Ketty Pillet, Lectra

“You can’t look at what the cost of the garment is, cut and sew. We’ve gone way beyond that. We’ve taken out all the headaches, all the things where things can go wrong, all the time, all the management, all the staffing. We alleviate it all, and then we have the solution right here. It’s absolutely, 100% the way forward.” – Julia Clancey

Kornit Fashion Week Los Angeles + Industry 4.0 Event Panel Discussion:
November 3, 2021

Gart Davis, Spoonflower 

Dana Todd, Balodana

Shain Shalom, Fashion Designer

Sherri Barry, Arizona Fashion Source

Carlos Arias, Denim Forward

Renton Leversedge, DanMar

Michael Waas, TIPA

“Great designers are designing beautiful products that people want to wear, and when you can do that one at a time, you truly have the opportunity to create the sustainable, enduring product in people’s wardrobes. That’s why I think on-demand is a win for sustainability.” – Sherri Barry

Kornit Fashion Week Los Angeles + Industry 4.0 Event Panel Discussion:
November 2, 2021

Ronen Samuel, Kornit Digital
Kobi Halperin, Fashion Designer
Michael Waas, TIPA
Brian Vieweg, Top Value Fabrics
Matthew Wallace, DXM Inc.
Ram Sareen, Tukatech

“The consumer is the one who has the wallet. They will dictate how things will be done going forward. And the brands and retailers that do not change to that will die. And I’m using that word, ‘die.’ They will go away.” – Matthew Wallace