Noa Raviv is a fashion designer and artist who was born and raised in Tel Aviv, Israel. For her first collection, Hard Copy, Raviv created garments that were inspired by computer glitches and digital errors. The collection combined traditional handcrafted tailoring and 3-D printed elements that were created in collaboration with the 3-D printing manufacturer Stratasys. The Hard Copy collection was presented in exhibitions around the world, including “#techstyle” at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and the spring exhibition “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Raviv recently moved to New York, where she founded an eponymous label that creates high-end garments that address her unique vision and artistic approach to fashion. Construction, logic, and a sense of whimsy form her world of creation. She is fascinated by the tensions between beauty and ugliness, harmony and chaos, and tradition and innovation, and constantly seeks the perfect balance between these concepts.

Wearable Tech / 3-D Printing