High-tech meets high fashion to inspire the next generation.
The latest on wearables from Jacobs School of Engineering professors and alumni pioneering the industry.
From easier health monitoring to better batteries–the future of wearable tech.
UC San Diego, through the lens of apparel.
Theaters may be dark, but the light shines for UC San Diego’s costume design program.
How Bobby Kim ’00 wrote the book on streetwear–for real.
Bolt Threads followed up their silk with Mylo, an alternative to leather that is made from mushrooms.
Where others see cobwebs, David Breslauer ’05 sees a more sustainable apparel industry.
Before PhD student Emelia Chamberlain headed to the research vessel Polarstern, we asked her about what’s needed on an Arctic expedition.
Triton magazine talked to Stu Brody, Don Helinski, and Mel Simon about the early days of BioSci.
The evolution of underwater apparel.
Can machine learning create your next look?
Crocheted monsters become artistic expressions.
Alumnus Rusty Preisendorfer shares the story behind his eponymous surf brand.
Triton magazine talked with San Diego-based RedMed, employing graduates in fields ranging from computer engineering to theatre and dance.