On our minds: 3D

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by adakallgren on 29 December, 2014

2014 has been a year for technological innovation in fashion. From a sustainable viewpoint we especially cheer the increased use of 3D technology.

2014 has been a year for technological innovation in fashion. From a sustainable viewpoint we especially cheer the increased use of 3D technology, a field which could help reduce the fashion industry’s wasteful footprint. Though yet still far from going mainstream, we love the general sculptural look of 3D printed garments and look twice at the work of Dutch designer Iris Van Herpen who showcased a 3D-printed transparent dress covered in crystalline formations during her SS15 presentation at Paris Fashion Week. We are very excited to see how the use of this technique evolves in 2015. More here and here. /Ada Källgren

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