3D printing & embroidery combined to create sustainable garments #WearableWednesday
Ganit Goldstein is working on innovative concepts with 3D print custom pieces. Via DesignBoom:
goldstein’s project focuses on the process of creating 3D printed garments based on measurements from a 360-degree body scanner, enabling her to create bespoke items perfectly fitting the person’s form. the result is a cutting edge concept of personalized garment production, in an effort to move away from the mass production of ‘fast’ fashion’ technology. drawing influence from traditional japanese techniques and ikat weaving, the ‘WeAreAble’ collection showcases a unique combination of handcrafted methods and 3D printing, of past and future technologies.
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