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Hohenstein First 3D Measurement Study

Hohenstein has conducted the first 3D measurement study on babies and toddlers with the aim of improving garment sizing for children.

The data will aid pattern development and fit assessment for children’s clothing by helping brands and manufacturers design childrenswear in an accurate, efficient and more sustainable way using fit testing and pattern optimisation.

As part of the study, the measurements of 5,626 girls and boys were taken, in sizes ranging from 56 to 182, making 3D scans of infants available for the first time.

This 3D body data will form a basis for customer-specific measurement tables, child-friendly patterns and gradings, and optimal fits, as well as 3D children’s avatars for the simulation of clothing.


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