All about 3D printed fashion
In the world of fashion, 3D printing has opened the door for a whirlwind of new looks and styles, and designers have leveraged this technology to showcase just how unique their concepts can be.
Designer and Royal College of Art graduate Lingxiao Luo is combining traditional knitting techniques and 3D printing to create garments that echo the playful style of children's toys.
French fashion brand Chanel is launching Le Révolution Volume mascara which has a 3D printed mascara brush. The 3D printed brush is the first of its kind to be manufactured on such a large scale.
Fashion and technology come together with Mesh Lingerie, where 3D scanning and printing techniques are used to provide women with the perfectly fitted bra.
An enterprising employee from SparkFun Electronics built a 3D printed tattoo machine, and then gave himself a wonky tattoo.
Embrace is a jewelry collection offering everything from bracelets to cufflinks in 18ct gold and platinum from Cooksongold and Boltenstern.
Preemadonna is all about hi-tech girl power. Their Nailbot 3D prints images from your smart phone on your nails, and it's awesome.
In a new video, the Swedish YouTuber RCLifeOn presents a way for you to 3D print your favorite custom designs directly onto clothing fabric.
If you attend CES 2015 in Las Vegas this year, you should definitely take some time to see this 3d printed dress.
'Kniterate' is an online platform and machine that 3D prints custom clothing - design and create your own knitted scarf easily.
In a recent interview with Afropunk, costume designer Ruth E. Carter describes how her team used 3D printing technology to help create the outfits for Marvel Studios' upcoming superhero film "Black Panther".
Shenkar College design graduate Eden Saadon uses a 3Doodler to create an intricate couture design collection called 3D Lace.
At FashioNXT Week in Portland this October you'll be able to buy a sustainable shoe, designed by Seth Aaron and 3D printed by Feetz.
The territorial 3D printed Spider Dress from Anouk Wipprecht shocked viewers. Now, the artist/maker is sharing her process, and thoughts on FashionTech.
The Cosmetic Science Research Group at London College of Fashion is using 3D scanning and printing to create a personalized lipstick applicator.
Anouk Wipprecht’s Edelweiss DIY kit a necklace containing six LEDs that blink in three different patterns. Go get it!
With all of the looks but using less material, Levi's hopes its 3D printer denim jacket will change the narrative of fashion for the future.