“The Book of the Week”

Each week, FashionLab’s editors pick a must have book for your bookshelf.

“Fashioning the Future: Tomorrow’s Wardrobe is a basic for anyone interested in design, lifestyle and the future of fashion on the long view.

Suzanne Lee wears many hats. She is a London based creative consultant for several fashion designer. She works on fashion and future technologies, is a Senior Research Fellow in Fashion at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design in London and also directs the BioCouture research project.

Lee’s visionary research envisions a future fashion vision turnaround

“Fashioning the Future: Tomorrow’s Wardrobe”, is a decisive work about fashion and future technologies. The book sum up  the work of scientific researchers and fashion designers (like Issey Miyake, Hussein Chalayan or Walter Van Beirendonck), who are transforming crazy ideas about the fashion future into our next reality. Spray-on dresses, self-growing suits or self-cleaning outfits could soon fill up our wardrobes. 


  • Hardcover: 208 pages
  • Publisher: THAMES & HUDSON (2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0500512612
  • ISBN-13: 978-0500512616

This post is also available in: French


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