Digital printing is an innovative technique for textile design that marks a shift towards sustainable practices for the fashion and home goods industries. Digital printing substantially minimizes the use of dye, chemicals, water, and energy during the printing process. It also leads to less fabric waste, since patterns may be engineered to fit a certain way on fabric, allowing the remaining unused yardage to be recycled. According to Green Digital Printing, previous printing practices wasted upwards of 56% percent of its print material, while digital printing significantly reduces this number. Like Cerebella, many designers have adopted digital printing in an effort to make the production of their textiles more “eco-friendly.” Below are select images from four prominent designer collections that use digital prints in order to create a beautiful aesthetic unique to each clothing line.