3D FASHION DESIGN

   September 23, 2014  

3D Printing is no news to us. We have been reading about it for years now in technology magazines and have shared the vision and inspiration of many designers around the world and around a range of industries. Tel Aviv designer Noa Raviv  has applied this technology in fashion. Tull and silk organza fabrics turn to 3D scupltures that seem like they are imaginary! A fashion collection created during her time at shenkar college of engineering and design.

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Inspired by designboom.

 

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