Mary HuangAdjunct, Class of
|Courses Taught:||Computation and Fashion|
Mary Huang is co-founder of Continuum Fashion, a part fashion label part design lab. Along with partner Jenna Fizel, she works to build the "future of stuff", combining interfaces and digital fabrication to push the boundaries between art, participation, and products.
They are best known for pioneering wearable 3D printed clothing and web-mediated fashion collections. The New York Times called their work "perfect for the stylish futuristic denizens of the Capitol in "The Hunger Games", and they have also been featured by NPR, Wired, and the Sundance channel.
Mary studied Design|Media Arts at UCLA and at Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design and formerly did product design for Shapeways.com.