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A Printer Company Will Sponsor a Digital Couture Show at NYFW

Calvin Klein SS15. Photo: Getty Images
Calvin Klein SS15. Photo: Getty Images

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Epson, the company that likely manufactured your office printer, is diving into the New York Fashion Week scene with a sponsored digital couture show. Eleven designers from across the Americas were chosen to participate and utilize Epson's fancy new digital sublimation printing process. This isn't another foray into 3-D printing, but rather a demo in how Epson's new technology can crank out original digital prints that look pretty cool. The digital couture show is slated for a spot on NYFW's calendar in February.
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