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Footwear for the future

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by adakallgren on 23 April, 2015

United Nude’s new concept merges 3D printing innovation and the minds of current fashion designers.

On our minds is United Nude’s new concept merging new 3D printing innovation and the minds of some current fashion designers to create footwear of the future. Using nylon and a new kind of soft rubber material, the shoes are perfectly wearable and prints in 24 hours. We are excited to see 3D printing technology evolving into footwear and we especially like Ben Van Berkel’s McQueen-nodding platforms. The shoes are on display at the Teatro Arsenale in Milan until April 19th and each pair will be available in a limited edition of 50 per pair. More here


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