Royal College of Art graduate Danielle Elsener has created a toolkit to help fashion designers reduce waste and save "an insane amount of money" through more efficient pattern cutting.
The project, which was recently declared the winner of Virgil Abloh's sustainable design programme in partnership with Evian, consists of a system of tools and workshops that aims to eliminate the 15 per cent of material wasted in the production of an average garment.
And the A020 system was developed based on a series of pattern masters that aim to eliminate waste.
With the help of the €50,000 (£45,200) grant, which Elsener won as part of Abloh and Evian's Activate Movement competition, she hopes to build an A020 learning platform for designers.