Many will remember Belgian brand Kipling from the exceptionally unfashioned school bags, which - unfortunately - turned out to be so strong that they would survive your whole school-time. ...Read More »
3D Printing influences fashion on several areas. Through small DIY items that pop up in the streets, but also in Haute Couture. Take for instance Iris van Herpen's 3D printed dresses, or this 3D printed futuristic swimsuit made by Nadir Gordon.
Have you ever heard about self-repairing running shoes? We didn't, until today. Shamees Aden, who is a London designer and researcher has created a prototype for running shoes that can ...Read More »
This tuesday Shapeways amazed fashionistas at the Ace Hotel in New York with a 3D printed gown that was worn by none other than queen of burlesque Dita Von ...Read More »
Iris van Herpen is a Dutch fashion designer. She studied Fashion Design at Artez Institute of the Arts Arnhem, interned at Alexander McQueen in London and Claudy Jongstra in Amsterdam. In ...Read More »
Dutch designer Iris van Herpen did it again. This time in collaboration with architect Julia Koerner, she unveiled her amazing 3D printed dresses during the haute couture week in Paris. This ...Read More »
Swedish designers Naim Josefi (Beckmans College of Design) and Souzan Youssouf (Konstfack University college of Arts, crafts and Design) have created the Melonia shoes. The world's first ...Read More »