LONDON / JALANDHAR : Smart Tailoring has now been buzz. Direct Panel on Loom (DPOL) technology, also called Smart Tailoring was created by Indian designer Siddhartha Upadhyaya as a way to increase fabric efficiency (by 15 percent) and reduce lead-time (by 50 percent) to manufacture high-end garments. By using a computer attached to a loom, data such as color, pattern and size related to the garment is entered, and the loom cranks out the exact pieces - which then just need to be constructed. Weaving, fabric cutting, and patterning happen all at once. Not only does DPOL minimize immense waste of fabric, it also helps in saving energy and water by 70 to 80 percent. Fashionable apparels are in demand among youth and especially jackets and trousers nowadays. Innovative design and creation lead to latest trends of the world. I started to do something new and rest has been the history. These views were expressed by Pawan Kailey of Jalandhar (Punjab) who has created 35 unique jackets that can be worn by 9800 kinds differently. Of late Pawan Kailey's innovative designer jackets and trousers have been included in world record by World Book of Records - London. Basically hails from Goraya- a town in Jalandhar district in the Indian state of Punjab, he shares that latest technologies are trying to change the direction of fabric and garment industries. As the high-tech sector is taking off in making fashion more sustainable, other, more-humble, technologies are just as innovative - and really, really cool. Case in point: Food products being turned into wearable commodities. German microbiology-student-turned-designer Anke Domaske uses milk to make an "Eco Milk Fiber" called QMilch. High-tech sports clothing company Virus uses recycled coffee beans for their Stay Warm line of cold-weather performance apparel. And the genius Suzanne Lee, fashion designer and TED Senior Fellow, has been making fabric and vegetable leather out of. get this the fermented tea, kombucha. He had been hard worker and dedicated to innovative concepts, despite creating lengthy process of innovation. For last 25 years of experience in industry, he carved the niche in unique design segment and popular those trends in London and other cities of the world. He owes to personalities like Shri Virendra Sharma (MP, British Parliament) and Dr. Onkar Sahota (AM MBA FRCGP) of Ealing & Hillingdon for great motivation and inspiration. He says that new product development fit can be accomplished though the use of a Design Quality Scorecard that clarifies how the various elements are interrelated and measured. Starting off on the right path with one's innovation effort pays huge dividends for one's final outcomes, incorporating the old axiom of, 'Measure twice, and cut once.'