By Janine Saunders, August 18th, 2010

Diana Eng is at the cutting edge of two prominent fields that rarely intersect. Fusing Technology and Fashion in her series Fairy Tale Fashion, she is not only able to combine two worlds that she enjoys, but is also able to show a younger demographic that math, science, and engineering can be applied to fashion in a fun and creative way. We follow Diana through her process, starting at engineering collective NYC Resistor as she designs custom housings for her electronics, builds prototypes for sound and motion based LED lights which she threads into dresses, coats, and necklaces as she joins technology and fashion in a unique way.

Relevant sites:

fairytalefashion.org

Credits:

CREATED by Lance Weiler & Alex Johnson
DIRECTOR Alex Johnson
DP Charlie Beyer
EDITOR Jawad Metni
SERIES PRODUCER Josh Cramer
SEGMENT PRODUCER Janine Saunders
TITLE SEQUENCE Jordan Gray
POST PRODUCTION House of Trim
ADDITIONAL MUSIC by:
I Am Robot and Proud “401 Circuit”
Clark Able “Hot Jack Remix’”

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