Ada Hefetz, a prominent wedding dress designer based in Israel, has shaken up the world of wedding dress design with the help of 3D printing. Her latest collection, showcased at Milan Design Week, features three stunning dresses with intricate elements created using direct-to-textile 3D printing technology. The dresses, based on Hefetz’s Flower of Life theme, celebrate matrimonial union, the circle of life, and innovative design.
Hefetz, known for her combination of vintage style and modern chic, constantly pushes the boundaries of design. This project marks her first foray into 3D printing, and she credits Stratasys’ 3DFashion technology for enabling her to achieve intricate geometric designs that would be impossible by hand. The technology allows her to digitally create new forms using mathematical formulas and print them directly onto fabric, ensuring perfect replication of the pattern.
The eye-catching wedding dresses feature complex geometrical shapes inspired by the ancient Egyptian concept of the Flower of Life. Hefetz combines overlapping circles to form flowers, symbolizing the union between two individuals and the circle of life.
The Flower of Life-themed 3D printed wedding dresses by Ada Hefetz are currently on display at Milan’s D-House Urban Laboratory, showcasing the limitless possibilities of combining technology and fashion.
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