When you look at the first (3-D-Printed) piece made, you can see the fine lines of the print. You can see how the piece has been built up. In one millimeter, there are up to ten lines. It’s almost like a fingerprint - it’s as detailed as your fingerprint… It was inspired by the way limestone deposits from shells. With 3-D printing, I am very much drawn to the organic.
Iris van Herpen
I call this the the Matrix dress!
NEON DANS LA NUIT SUIT 1990/91 hand embroidered with fluorescent stripes
1968 Egg Carton Dress
Modern Egg Carton Dress 2015
MIYAKE DESIGN STUDIO 2010
MIYAKE DESIGN STUDIOS 1990
MIYAKE DESIGN STUDIOS 1990 - same dress flat
My favorite! It is all about the name and it has got spirit.
MIYAKE DESIGN STUDIOS 1994 Flying Saucer Dress
BAHAI 3-D-printed Fractal weave dress - with six degrees of fractal growth.
3-D latticework dress 2015 Iris van Herpen
3-D printed dress using stereolithography. it was built layer by layer in a vessel of liquid polymer. The polymer hardens when struck by a laser beam.
Alexander McQueen 2012
Laser cut white foam 2013
Noir Kei Ninomiya 2015-16