Jaw dropping fashion items made by 3D printers

By March 18, 2014Blog, Fun, News

Do you wonder how people would look in the future? What type of clothing will people wear for different occasions? We already know trends are constantly changing and one thing can lead to the next rather quickly. However, the next revolutionary step towards true fashion trend is the invention of 3D printers.

Outfits by Iris van Herpen and Materialise. Photo Credits to http://3dprintingindustry.com

3D printers are redefining fashion across the globe. Beautiful work of art is being created everywhere on a daily basis.

Everything from gorgeous extravagant dresses to futuristic stylish footwear can be envisioned with 3D printing.

Heavy Metal High Heels by Bryan Oknyansky can be found here http://www.shoesbybryan.com/
Red Heels by Pauline Van Dongen and made out of laser sintered nylon. http://www.freedomofcreation.com/for/high-heel-shoes-by-pauline-van-dongen
Biopiracy Heel Collection by Materialise, Julia Koerner and Iris van Herpen. http://www.dezeen.com/2014/03/06/united-nude-designs-sculptural-shoes-for-iris-van-herpens-biopiracy-fashion-collection/

Previously, 3D printers were larger, required advance training to utilize, and the cost was only justified for commercial print companies. Technological advancements over the years has improved 3D printers dramatically making them smaller, easier to use, and affordable to install in any household.

3D printer frontside by MOTA LLC.

3D printer backside by MOTA LLC.

Want to harness the power and ability to create your own unique look?

Fashion designs that were previously unfathomable due to the restrictions of conventional garment materials are now possible…

Verlan dress by MakerBot and credits to Francis Bitonti Studio http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:146293

Creations by Dutch designer Iris Van Herpen. Credits to: AFP/Getty Images/Francois Guillot/Getty Images for IMG/Gareth Cattermole/Corbis/Britta Pedersen. http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2013/oct/15/3d-printed-fashion-couture-catwalk#

Take a look at the out-of-this-world designs from artists working in current fashion scenes. 3D printing allows fashion designers to push the boundaries of their imagination to a whole new level!

Toronto-style worn necklace created by http://www.hotpopfactory.com/
San Francisco-based assorted jewelry by Fathom & Form
Premium Silver 3D earrings by Virtox http://www.shapeways.com/model/35448/eardrops.html

Everything from beautiful artistic jewelry to exotic glasses and ties can be designed from the 3D printing software.

Sunglasses by Protos Eyewear
Hex Tie by cahorton. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:218459

Designed in collaboration with Bradley Rothenberg, Victoria’s Secret, Swarovski’s design team and Shapeways printing. Model: Lindsay Ellingson Snow Outfit Credits to: http://www.shapeways.com/blog/archives/2383-victorias-secret-snow-angel-spreads-her-3d-printed-wings-video.html

Even the forefront of the beauty industries recognizes the power of 3D printing, just take a look at the mesmerizing models wearing extravagant dresses for the Victoria secret runway show. The results are simply stunning!

Stay on top of the latest fashion trends or start your own trends by owning a new MOTA 3D printer today.

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