Needle and thread can soon go into the past. 3D-printers already being used by industrial designers, and now for the new technology took fashion clothing, shoes, accessories.
One example was shown at the last Paris Couture Week. Designer Iris van Herpen has teamed up with the architect Rem D. Koolhaas to create unusual shoe models. The new boots were like roots of a tree, as if growing out of the legs holders such strange shoes.
Dita Von Teese was recently photographed in the world's first dress, printed on 3D-printer by designers Michael Schmidt and Francis Bitonti. It was created specifically for the queen of burlesque. Here's a video about creating 3D-new items:
Legendary British milliner Stephen Jones has announced not long ago that up with a hat, which he prints by 3D-printing.
Three-dimensional printing, by the way, every year it becomes more accessible. And if a few years ago, 3D-printer is worth several thousand dollars, but now there are options for the price of just over $ 1,200.