As a sci-fi lover I’m just in awe over these fashions with curious faces protruding. Thoughts of wearable shrines, carbonite and other time dimensions come to mind. This is the work of NYC designer Snezhana Paderina featured on 3dPrint.com. What is most apparent is that the fashion is equal to the tech here. There’s good reason.
She left her cyber security career in 2012 to open her own fashion design company, SNEZHANA.NYC, where she is the creative director. She also enrolled in the Parsons School of Design in NYC, to make sure that she would be able to meet, and surpass, her customers’ desires.
You want to reach out to feel the textures as you would cautiously do with sculpture at an art museum.
In addition to 3D printing, the collection uses several different materials and multiple other techniques, including machine embroidery, silicone casting, 3D modeling, and 3D rendering for digital fabric printing.
The collection is called Intimate Decipherment and the fantasy is nicely executed through beautiful scenes, from the backgrounds, makeup and lighting, to the quote on the site from Necromancer. This is a project I know I’ll be following. Make sure you check out 3DPrint.com for their interview snippets.
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