The fully articulated gown based on the Fibonacci sequence was designed by Michael Schmidt and modeled by architect Francis Bitonti to be printed in Nylon by Shapeways. The gown was assembled from 17 pieces, dyed black, lacquered and adorned with ove
Materialise have teamed up with fashion designer Iris van Herpen to create some unusual clothes for Paris Fashion Week. Created with the help of Austrian architect Julia Koerner, was laser sintered by Materialise.
Iris van Herpen Fashion designer fron Netherlands Working with rubber, leather, metallics, chains and plastics, Iris designed ten looks representing the concept of water: from fluidity to structured ice crystals.
The Future Of Wearable Tech Is NOW: I Tried On A Solar Powered Dress!
The Kinematics Bodice was the first piece of Kinematics clothing we produced, and it served as a proof of concept for our folding and fabrication methods. It is composed of unique hinged pieces, and was in a single folded piece.
Meet The Design Studio Behind Dita Von Teese's 3D-Printed Dress