Student Work

  • Design and Technology (MFA)

    Jennifer Sharpe

    Clothing Traceability

    Fashion is both a fundamental human art form and one the world’s most environmentally damaging industries. Clothing Traceability provides a path toward a more  sustainable fashion industry by visualizing the clothing supply chain—allowing businesses and consumers to track where and how a garment is made, and the people who are involved throughout the process. By documenting a local supply chain from fiber through manufacturing and production, Clothing Traceability helps clothing producers and consumers gain a deeper understanding of the impact of the clothing life-cycle, and make more informed choices.