Denise Rey is Women of Wearables Ambassador in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Denise is a designer with a multidisciplinary background. She has a double degree in Industrial Design and Textile Design from the University of Buenos Aires. At the beginning of her career, she worked as a teaching assistant at the university for 5 years and received a research stimulus grant for young researchers. She worked as a Product Designer for several years and made some projects with electronics and conductive textiles for fun until she started working in the digital world as a UX designer and became involved in IoT. She is a person who loves interactive objects and to create fun stuff. She is currently working on an insurtech project and is developing a makerspace focused on hardware programming. She strongly believes in the idea that we are all makers.
Eliana Guzmán is Women of Wearables Ambassador in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She holds a degree in Clothing and Textile Design from UADE, Buenos Aires and is a Theatrical Costumer and Techno-Textile Artist. Since 2014, she develops professionally as a costume designer for shows. In 2016, she founded Ceiborg, a project where she researches and develops a new generation of textiles and clothing dabbling in electronics and programming, 3D printing, and the cultivation of microorganisms and fungi to develop bio-textiles. From the beginning, Ceiborg has developed customized clothing for clients such as Facebook and The Blind Theater. Eliana’s designs have been exhibited in international events such as Fashion Week Rome, Fashion Week Milan and SXSW (Texas). Also, she has been recognized by several media such as La Nación Group and the City Channel, and has received invitations from different Institutions to give talks and exhibit works such as UNTREF, UNMDP, C3, and Fabricacademy. Moreover, has received mentions and given talks, trainings and workshops in different Educational institutions.