Audi Headlights, Parking Sensors and a Cockpit as 3D-Printed Dresses

Audi Headlights, Parking Sensors and a Cockpit as 3D-Printed Dresses
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Dutch designer Anouk Wipprecht created four interactive outfits that contain elements of the Audi A4

Emma Hutchings
  • 25 august 2015

Last month, Dutch designer Anouk Wipprecht presented her new fashion collection inspired by the Audi A4 at Audi City Berlin. The four 3D-printed interactive dresses incorporate elements of the new Audi vehicle and reference its design. The outfits demonstrate how vehicle technology can be implemented in clothing in an aesthetically-pleasing and functional manner.

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