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Dita Von Teese Wears the World’s First 3-D Printed Dress


Dita Von Teese did more than show off her curves at Manhattan’s Ace Hotel Monday night. The burlesque star and fashion icon also modeled what designers Michael Schmidt and Francis Bitonti are billing the world’s first fully articulated three-dimensionally printed gown. Created in conjunction with apid-prototyping marketplace Shapeways, the Fibbonaci-inspired mesh number consists of thousands of laser-sintered nylon components, dyed black, lacquered, and embellished with more than 13,000 Swarovski crystals to achieve its “sensual flowing form.”


 


 

Friday, March 08, 2013 · Categories: Consumer IntelligenceTechnology and ComputersFashionCelebrity
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