Functional Apparel//

Apparel that exists to improve human life. Created at True North Gear, Final Frontier Design, and the Performance Apparel Lab at Cornell University

Fire Resistant Flak™ Jacket

  • Design lead during production internship at True North Gear in Seattle, WA

  • Developed from concept to third factory prototype, Rosalie Lovett completed the design as Head of Design

  • Winner of 2016 Polartec APEX Award, "a design award celebrating the finest Polartec-based products available to consumers this year," alongside Nike, Reebok and others

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Starfighters IVA Space Suit Arms

  • Spacesuit design and production intern at Final Frontier Design in Brooklyn

  • Developed interior (orange) pressure suit arms from existing patterns while establishing streamlined processes

  • Redesigned ventilation tube restraints and application type, used throughout suit

  • Presented arms to NASA as part of the Flight Opportunities Program

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Ebola HazMat Suit

  • Developed for one of twelve USAID grants from their Fighting Ebola Challenge 

  • Goal was to reduce viral infection for healthcare workers, who were most often infected taking off the suit

  • Worked with industry partners Kappler and International Personnel Protection Inc.

  • Designed easy doffing system to reduce infection and time, improving healthcare worker welfare

  • Multi-team collaborative project, worked with undergrad Robin Reynolds under the supervision of Dr. Huiju Park,  Cornell University

Cooling Garment

  • Department of Energy $2 million grant supported development of cooling garment

  • Goal was to reduce building emissions from air conditioning by cooling each employee via clothing

  • Systems of tubes connected to an AC and battery were integrated into undergarments and jackets

  • Worked with Fiber Science and Apparel Design graduate students under the supervision of Dr. Huiju Park

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