In 2014, Danit Peleg hit the headlines with the 3D printed fashion collection she created for her graduate project at Shenkar. The Israeli designer created every single piece of the outfits, using a desktop 3D printer. Her collection ultimately became a statement that 3D printing can go way beyond haute couture catwalks.
It’s been two years since the queen of burlesque and fierce fashionista Dita Von Teese modelled the first fully-articulated 3D printed dress. The gown was created in collaboration between designer Michael Schmidt and architect Francis Bitonti, gaining a huge popularity within the fashion world.