The burlesque star shows off her curves and technology in a nylon 3D printed dress.

Burlesque dancer Dita Von Teese is known for her old Hollywood glamor, but that doesn't mean her clothes can't be straight out of the 21st century. She debuted a 3D printed dress, designed by Michael Schmidt (of Lady Gaga bubble dress fame) and generated by architect Francis Bitonti, last week at the Ace Hotel. It premiered during a showcase of 3D products hosted by digital printing marketplace, Shapeways. Although we have seen 3D printed fashions before, this is the first be a fully motile, fluid, curve-hugging dress.

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