"Brilliant idea! Love the name and I can see it working for those who are already fashion conscious consumers."

- Hubbub judge 

Lisa Kalt, Teresa Raina

Awarded 'Master Storyteller' for their idea Along Those Lines

Recent graduates from Glasgow School of Art.

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'Along Those Lines' is an alternative to fast fashion. It allows people to ease into making their own clothes. Teresa and Lisa believe that making our own well-fitted clothes will lead us to hang onto them longer. This reduces the amount of clothes sent to a landfill as well as demand for more. It is a service somewhere between an Ikea for clothes and a tailor offering customised patterns and pre-cut fabric ready to assemble at home. Using 3D scanning and AI-powered software, each pattern is adjusted to fit. Pre-cutting the fabric will not only invite beginners but it will also reduce fabric waste.

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"I've always liked learning and understanding how things work just for the sake of knowing. And I've always been making things. But it wasn't until I started studying design that I understood design as more than solving a practical problem with a functioning, 
beautiful object."

- Lisa Kalt

"I want to use design as a tool to break down and tackle our world's complex issues."

- Teresa Raina

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