3D Printing Starting To Look Like Real Fashion On The Runways of Paris and Berlin

by Tracy Wong July 21, 2015

By Jenni Avins Via Quartz

For years now, 3D printing has nipped around fashion’s margins, appearing at fashion and technology conferences in the form of dresses and accessories that look fit for, well, fashion and technology conferences. That all changed this week.

First at Chanel’s couture show in Paris, designer Karl Lagerfeld showed suits in tweeds that integrated 3D-printed elements, putting the technique on a stage—however ominously—beside time-honored couture techniques such as hand-beading, intricate embroidery, and feather work.

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