#OSHW @ #NYFW — MakerBot Prints Hit The Runway at New York Fashion Week
(top photo by MTV, bottom photo by Annelise Jeske)
When I first started this job, I never thought I’d be linking to the MTV Style blog, but… here we are. From MTV Style:
You may know Asher Levine for creating those to-die-for leather pieces for Lady Gaga (um, oversized motorcycle jacket anyone?), but the menswear designer has come a long way since his big 2010 debut. We stopped by his fall 2012 presentation, and we were immediately engulfed into his dimly-lit, post apocalyptic world filled with military-style jumpsuits, light-up helmets, and futuristic sunglasses. He carried over some of the alien-esque accents from last season (think: rubber tentacles and claws), but what mostly caught our eye were the glowing MakerBot printers busily working in the back of the room.
Aside from a typo where they refer to the MakerBot as open-source software, this is a really neat article, with gushing praise for the coolness of the Replicator.
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