New York Fashion Week: Adam Selman's High Tech Secret Weapon for High Fashion
Adam Selman shows how he takes his designs from the computer to the catwalk.
By ALYSSA NEWCOMB and JEESOO PARK
February 13, 2015, 9:23 PM
• 2 min read
-- When Adam Selman shows off his fall collection at New York Fashion Week today, the models walking down the runway in his "sweet and saccharine" themed show will be wearing clothes with a high-tech history.
Selman, who is a go-to designer for Rihanna, used Hewlett-Packard's Sprout to create his latest collection. The dual-screen computer includes a scanner, depth sensor, high-resolution camera and a projector that allow users to marry the physical and digital worlds.
While he doesn't consider himself a high-tech guy, Selman said the opportunity to innovate and create with Sprout was a designer's dream.
Selman showed ABC News in his Chelsea studio how he turned Sprout into his design playground, creating a logo for himself and sweet patterns that were printed on fabric and turned into ready-for-fall looks.