2015 IN REVIEW
1. In order to empower others, you must first empower yourself.
This year we featured several of the #ChromatBABES who constantly inspire us to innovate, dominate, and collaborate. They are amazing role models of women who know what they love and are focused on doing it. Read their stories below:
Monica Mirabile and Sigrid Lauren of experimental dance duo FlucT
Tiffany and Jessie of Dark Sister
2. Travel as much as possible.
We traveled to Los Angeles, Italy, Miami and Paris in 2015! So excited for where 2016 will take us around the globe.
Chromat with the Intel team in Paris!
Chromat's first runway show with Dive Preview at Miami Swim Week!
3. Reach for the stars.
Being one of ten finalists in the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Competition was such an honor and unforgettable experience.
3. Turn out the #lewks like everybody is watching.
Ariana Grande in Custom Chromat on her Honeymoon Tour
Kylie Jenner wearing the Diode Patent Cage Bra in Interview Magazine (left)
Azaelia Banks wearing the Catwoman Mask in Playboy
Aya Sato + Bambi voguing in . Madonna's 'Bitch I'm Madonna' MV
Chromat featured in the Made In Ny Fashion campaign- on billboards, buses and magazines all over New York City.
4. Ain't no party like a #ChromatPARTY
Momentum SS16 After Party at Goodroom
Formula 15: The Workout Fashion Film + Collection Release at BRIC
5. Challenge ourselves, challenge each other.
SS16: Momentum | Swim
SS15: FORMULA 15
6. Challenge the status quo- you decide what the future holds.
This year we collaborated with Intel to develop responsive wearables, incorporated lasers on numerous pieces for Mindfiles, and worked with Sketchfab to 3D bodyscan runway models backstage at SS16: Momentum.
Left: Chromat has also developed our first sportswear prototype built with Intel technology: the Chromat Aeros Sports Bra powered by Intel, inspired by wind, air and flight.
Right: The Chromat Adrenaline Dress powered by Intel is composed of 3-D printed panels designed and an interlinked, expandable carbon fiber framework. When the garment senses adrenaline, the dress’s framework mimics the fight-or-flight mode and extends the wearer’s sensory system to form an imposing shape.