Empowering all artists, from individual creators to brands, is fashion-tech start-up, CreateMe. The smart apparel manufacturing company proves to be a true revolutionary thanks to its swift product process from design to delivery, which allows clients to focus on their creative vision with its on-demand customization for apparel and accessory creation services.
Showcasing its contemporary features IRL, CreateMe partnered with Warner Bros. to take on SXSW. There, guests were invited to create one-of-kind pieces with ease, while CreateMe showcased its impressive range of offerings including a digital product-creation platform, on-demand manufacturing automation, and experiential, on-demand customization technology.
Tapping Houston-native artist Alan Gonzalez, CreateMe and Warner Bros. dedicated its pop-up to celebrating Tweety’s 80th birthday in the utmost style, creating custom pieces that were as sassy and sweet as the bird himself. From tricked out trucker hats to embroidered beanies, no order was too intricate at this event, however, the true champion of the collaboration proved to be Gonzalez’s Tweety Bird bomber jacket, which was won by five lucky visitors. Touching on CreateMe’s limitless possibilities and speedy operations, Gonzalez added, “We did everything in less than a week, so I’m ecstatic on how everything turned out.”
While CreateMe spotlighted its unique customization capabilities through embellishment, embroidery, and vintage upcycling at its SXSW activation, the company’s expansive vision goes well beyond printed hoodies. Learn more about how CreateMe plans to redefine the entire apparel ecosystem at createme.com.