High fashion is now also uses the 3D-print




High fashion is now also uses the 3D-print March 8, 2013


3D-printing technology at the moment is so sought, that it began to pay attention to even the trendsetters. Designers Bitonto Francis (Francis Bitonti) and Michael Schmidt (Michael Schmidt) have created the world’s first 3D-dress especially for the queen of burlesque – Dita Von Teese.

The dress was made on the patterns of the Fibonacci sequence, one of the greatest mathematicians of medieval Europe, and consists of 17 different parts, which were printed on the 3D-printer company Shapeways.


A total of 3000 dress has twists and almost envelops the woman’s body according to the Fibonacci sequence. Complete picture of 12,000 Swarovski crystals.

Looks Dita Von Teese it simply amazing.



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