All about 3D printed fashion
In reality, 3D printing clothing is possible, but it's not as easy as you might think. Keep reading to find out more about this bleeding edge of manufactured clothing.
Sadly, many leg amputees do not have artificial limbs, but the situation is improving. Check out the most promising 3D printed prosthetic legs!
An enterprising employee from SparkFun Electronics built a 3D printed tattoo machine, and then gave himself a wonky tattoo.
Swedish maker and YouTuber Simon Sörensen has shared a video detailing how to create and 3D print stencils that can be used to spray paint custom designs onto your clothing.
Want to add a 3D printed fashion accessory to your closet? This fully 3D printed belt, designed by Thingiverse user 3DWatsch, is simple, sleek, and most importantly, it works!
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.
Fashion and technology come together with Mesh Lingerie, where 3D scanning and printing techniques are used to provide women with the perfectly fitted bra.
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".
Curious about the applications of 3D printing fashion accessories? Fasten your 3D printed belts, we're going into the future of designer clothing.
The Cosmetic Science Research Group at London College of Fashion is using 3D scanning and printing to create a personalized lipstick applicator.
Stephania Stefanakou is a business minded fashion graduate who is turning heads with her unique 3D printed clothing designs.
Smashbox Cosmetics is giving away 3D printed compacts in honor of their latest #BeLegendary Lipstick collection with 120 shades.
Fashion trio threeASFOUR debuts Oscillation, a 3D printed dress inspired by nano-vibrations, at New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2017.
A Belgian fashion design student has brought an interesting 3D printed glasses project to his Fashion Academy runway but could this be the future of how we make glasses?
How would you like to walk on a true work of sculpted art? Italian Designer Cristina Franceschini (AKA Crystiff) can make it happen through her design abilities and 3d printed shoes.
South African architect Handre de la Rey is releasing his award-winning 3D printed concrete sunglasses to the consumer market.
Shenkar College design graduate Eden Saadon uses a 3Doodler to create an intricate couture design collection called 3D Lace.