Dita Von Teese Models 3D Printed Dress

Dita Von Teese Models 3D Printed Dress
technology

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

Daniela Walker
  • 11 march 2013

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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