How 3D-Scanned Mannequins Could Change The Shape Of Fashion

How 3D-Scanned Mannequins Could Change The Shape Of Fashion

The Paris Opera Ballet has started using custom-made figures to create better costumes and cut down on fittings

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 12 july 2016

Crafting handmade outfits and costumes on a mannequin can be tricky, especially since bodies rarely fit the uniform standard of a mannequin. As a result, the designers of the Paris Opera Ballet have found a way to make crafting these pieces a lot easier by creating mannequins that fit the dimensions of their dancers.

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