Want to replace the vertigo-inducing sweater your ofce secret Santa gave you last month with something a little more bespoke and elegant? Check out the hip knitwear from Unmade (unmade.com), a British label that lets you alter existing patterns in fabrics including merino wool and cashmere. In essence, Unmade has retrofitted traditional industrial knitting machines to enable them to “3-D print” one-of clothing costefectively. It’s not wearable tech, exactly, but it does bring a distinctive consumerfirst digital touch to a hidebound business model. Unmade has partnered with a number of designers for its sweaters and scarves, which range from $90 to $300— leaving you free to use that hideous ofce gift to check your oil.