It's here – the world’s first downloadable collection, designed to be printed by the customer on a 3D printer at home.

Sustainable design pioneer Bruno Pieters is known to give the fashion industry a shake in the name of transparency now and then, though this time he has realised a bit of future through Honest By’s launch of the world’s first ever collection of downloadable fashion designed to be printed by the customer on a 3D printer at home. The collection, named “Download EP01”, features miniature accessories such as hair combs, brooches and shoe embellishments as well as a bicycle plate, a keychain and a button brooch. Realizing home 3D printing is a natural progression for the brand with their strong dedication to supply chain transparency according to Pieters himself, and we are truly astonished by the fact that the accessory prints are there for you to purchase in the webshop, download and print at home. See the prints here.

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