Alexander McQueen Designs A 3D-Printed Umbrella

Alexander McQueen Designs A 3D-Printed Umbrella

3D-printed fashion arrives in time for the winter season

Zoe Cooper
  • 2 december 2016

British luxury fashion house Alexander McQueen became the first high-end label to use 3D printing technology to manufacture accessories. Their new, limited-edition umbrella, made in collaboration with VOJD Studios, features their signature skull pattern in black and an ergonomic handle. Released just in time for the holiday shopping season, the new 3D-printed accessory marks a step toward using 3D printing as a manufacturing processes and away from less efficient, traditional means of production.

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