Although 3D printed fashion items are still far from being sold at local clothing stores, fashion designers are using the technology to turn their wildest ideas into reality. Let's take a closer look at what's currently on offer!
Did you know you can 3D print on fabrics? It requires some precautions, but it's incredibly easy. Designer Simone Fontana shares an instruction video on how to create a custom 3D printed T-shirt.
3D printing has opened doors to making all sorts of custom-designed objects, including 3D printed glasses. What are they? Where can you find them? Read on to learn all about where to find your next pair of 3D printed shades.
Fashion and technology come together with Mesh Lingerie, where 3D scanning and printing techniques are used to provide women with the perfectly fitted bra.
Fashion brand COS has commissioned dutch designer Olivier van Herpt to create a series of five vases using a custom-designed 3D printer.
Stephania Stefanakou is a business minded fashion graduate who is turning heads with her unique 3D printed clothing designs.
Inspired by hyperactivity, spring heel shoes by Neta Soreq have a unique "energetic pass" design only made possible through 3D printing.
Scared of losing those super-expensive wireless Apple AirPods? These 3D printed twisty earbud catchers are the solution.
3D printing steps into the spotlight again, this time a custom pair of 3D printed heels worn by the Dutch Minister of Education.
Thesis Couture presents “Nike meets Jimmy Choo” via their incredibly engineered 3D Printed Heels. These shoes were really made for walking.
South African architect Handre de la Rey is releasing his award-winning 3D printed concrete sunglasses to the consumer market.
Maartje Dijkstra is a fashion designer inspired by technology and electronic music whose latest piece, Optic Traces, is turning heads.
The world's first 3D printed sunglasses from plastic waste? Startup to turn car dashboards, soda bottles and fridges into quality shades.
In a new video, the Swedish YouTuber RCLifeOn presents a way for you to 3D print your favorite custom designs directly onto clothing fabric.
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.
Agent Unicorn is a wearable developed by Anouk Wipprecht to help people with ADHD track their brain activity using electrodes and a camera.
Last week, FGILA brought together people in the fashion industry to discuss "Fashion Technology Innovation, Challenges and New Frontiers."