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V-Stitcher 4.2 promotes better collaboration in fashion industry
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Jan '08
Browzwear International the pioneer of 3D fashion design and communication software, unveils V-Stitcher 4.2, the newest version of its 3D fashion design application.

By improving fabric simulation and adding new features, including 3D notes and custom camera angles, Browzwear delivers superior creative freedom and better collaboration capabilities.

Browzwear's software is unique in its ability to simulate real-life fabric draping in real time. The new intuitive collaboration features empower designers, pattern makers, retailers, brands and manufacturers, promoting better communication throughout the entire design process.

V-Stitcher 4.2 also delivers faster and more lifelike simulation than ever before, introducing a smocking effect for loose fitting garments, new hairstyles, a new anatomically accurate baby avatar and big-size woman avatar.

"The increasing demands of the fashion and textile industries for solutions that would bridge the communication gap have challenged us, at Browzwear, to create new collaboration tools," says Aviela Sherbu-Cohen, Browzwear's CEO.

"Browzwear is committed to the advancement of 3D fashion design and communication technology for the 160 industry-leading clients already enjoying this competitive edge, and for those still to come."

Browzwear International Ltd


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