July 13, 2016 AT 11:00 am

Alvanon’s 3D Scanned Mannequins and the Paris Opera Ballet #WearableWednesday


From The New York Times via psfk:

In a move that may have unexpected implications for the wider world of couture, in 2014, Mr. Ronze visited a fashion trade show outside Paris and came across a display of mannequins based on 3-D scans of the human body, produced by Alvanon, the global apparel business consultancy that normally makes fit models for brands like Diesel, Levi’s and Nike. He thought: Why not use them for dance costumes?

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