Technology already makes the world feel smaller by removing time zone and geographic barriers. Now, some apparel companies are toying with technology to make garment sample fit sessions palm-sized.
Fit sessions bring designers, merchandisers and patternmakers together in a room to examine how a prototype drapes on a live model. The fit model describes where fabric is binding or bunching so modifications can be made before the next sample is assembled and sewn.
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