Assistant Professor of Fashion and Technology
Parsons Faculty Hotseat
Soojin Kang is an entrepreneur, designer, and educator based in NY. Soojin’s work is at the intersection of Fashion and Technology within more than ten years of high-profile international fashion design experiences. She developed her knitwear career and became an expert and pioneer in computer knitting design and virtual simulation technology. Major fashion industries have tapped her expertise in specialized knit textiles and virtual simulation design. Soojin is interested in sustainability and whole garment knitting design, and she has experience delivering innovation and technology to the fashion industry and academic environments using Shima Seiki Computer Knitting Software and Clo3d.
Wearable 3D is a startup company Soojin is developing at the moment. Wearable3d is about Virtual Digital Assets by building a library for Garment blocks and textile digital design swatches such as knit stitches, weave design, and print artwork. The company is created by recognizing the need to provide a learning platform for 3d designers looking for 3D Fashion Design Resources to learn and use.
Wearable 3d will also cover tutorial videos for designers looking to elevate their skillset and transform their 2D ideas into 3D digitization.
MFA Fashion Design& Socity at Parsons
Parsons BFA Fashion and MFA Textile.
Invited as a panel for 3D festivals held by Alvanon Motif Organization to talk about workforce for Fashion Education by using Clo3d Software.
Interview with Fashionista
Performances and Appearances
Appeared as a panel 3D festivals held by Alvanon Motif Organization to talk about workforce for Fashion Education by using Clo3d Software. 09/17th/2020
Article published in NY Times, Vogue, WWD
Exhibition in NY, London, Italy and Tokyo
Fashion Technology, Clo3d, Shima Seiki, 3d modeling design, Virtual Design, Sustainability, Knitting, Textile Innovation
Awards And Honors
Feel the yarn competition finalist in Pitti Filalti in Florence.