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Submission + - Iris van Herpen Debuts World's First 3D-Printed Flexible Dresses (ecouterre.com)

fangmcgee writes: At Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week on Monday, Dutch designer Iris van Herpen debuted what she dubbed as the "first 3D-printed flexible dresses": a dramatic skirt and cape created in collaboration with MIT Media Lab's Neri Oxman and Stratsys, and an intricate dress developed in conjunction with Austrian architect Julia Koerner and Materialise using laser-sintering.
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Iris van Herpen Debuts World's First 3D-Printed Flexible Dresses

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