October 31, 2019
We look forward to welcoming award-winning revolutionary eco-friendly fashion designer and founder of 3D-Printed Fashion Lab, Julia Daviy to join us for an Architects of Change Live Conversation! Julia will share her vision of sustainable fashion and clean technologies for clothing production, including 3D printing clothing. This event will also feature a fashion show highlighting both Julia Daviy's work and eco-friendly Halloween costumes designed by our OLP students. This event is free, but registration is required.
Julia Daviy is an award-winning revolutionary eco-friendly fashion designer and founder of 3D-Printed Fashion Lab. She believes that strong, passionate women should never have to compromise on their inner beauty by choosing between fashion, sustainable production, and eco-friendly materials. Julia creates each garment digitally using innovative technology of 3D printing by zero-waste patented method on large-format printers in the USA.
Daviy’s 3D-Printed Fashion Lab is the first 3D-printed clothing manufacture model in the United States. Her first collection, The Liberation, was presented during NYFW 2018 and opened the door for wide-use of 3D printing in the clothing production. It consisted of 8 pieces of clothing created on FDM 3D printers and one dress, created on SLA 3D printers.
Julia Daviy is the winner of the 2019 Eluxe Awards as Best Luxury Fashion Brand that uses zero-waste 3D printing to create gorgeous garments with materials that are not only recyclable but also biodegradable. Technology Headlines included Julia in OP 10 Fastest Growing Fashion and Apparel Solution Providers to Watch in The Year 2019.
Julia Daviy's 3D-printed skirts made the must-have list of Vogue UK Spring-Summer 2019 Issue.
Architects of Change at OLP
Architects of Change Live is our conversation series with a mission. It celebrates individuals who challenge what is, imagine what can be, and move humanity forward.
After attending Maria Shriver's Architects of Change Live conversation with Shonda Rhimes, OLP students were inspired to emulate the event at our school. OLP’s inaugural Architects of Change at School event was held on Wednesday, November 30, 2016, with 750 high school girls, 80 faculty and staff, and roughly 30 members of the extended community in attendance.
This first conversation was facilitated by Elizabeth Hanczor ‘17 and Marlene Vollbrechthausen Perez ‘17, who interviewed OLP's two leaders and dynamic duo, Dr. Lauren Lek and Mrs. Jessica Hooper. In just three years, OLP has seen an increase in STEM-related classes, initiatives and programs, as well as augmentations in the arts and athletics programs. Following the same format used by Ms. Shriver, our two students took the audience on a journey into the personal and professional lives of both women.
On March 15, 2017, Elizabeth Hanczor '17 and Delia Garland '17 interviewed Cyndi Peterson, MD – a U.S. Navy flight surgeon, dermatologist, speaker, author and mother of five. Cyndi shared her incredible story and faith journey that resulted in her recent book, Waiting for a Miracle: One mother's journey to unshakable faith.
On October 10, 2017, professional surfer and shark-attack survivor, Bethany Hamilton, joined us on campus for a day of events. Cheryl Goodman interviewed Bethany during our Live Conversation, which was attended by 750 students and nearly 300 members from the community. Bethany spoke about how she was able to overcome the tragedy of losing her arm at age 13 by placing her faith in Christ. Afterwards, VIP guests ate lunch with Bethany, and later in the evening, three special families received an exclusive, one-on-one conversation with Bethany. OLP also hosted a vendor marketplace on Circle Drive, in which sponsors and event partners had the opportunity to sell goods to attendees.
Along with planning live conversations on OLP's campus, the Architects of Change student club regularly interviews local architects of change in the community for monthly highlights in our enewsletter. Those stories can be found at the end of this page.
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