New York fashion house Threeasfour has unveiled a pair of 3D-printed dresses based on biological forms and textures.
The dresses, called Harmonograph and Pangolin, were unveiled on Monday at Threeasfour’s Autumn Winter 2016 runway show during New York Fashion Week.
They form part of the brand’s Biomimicry collection, and are intended to demonstrate the “possibilities unfolding at the intersection of fashion, design and technology”.
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