Analysis out of the box

Saving the fashion industry with 3D printing

Analysis out of the boxContemporary Art | Thanks to 3D printing and scientific research in biodegradable textiles, fashion designers have been rethinking the production of clothing over the last ten years mid way-between ready-to-wear and custom-made, with a respect for materials and elaboration processes. These practices raise hopes as the fashion industry - the second most polluting on the planet - saw in a few weeks its economy become obsolete. An in-depth transformation of the entire production system and its rhythm has become urgent.

Neri Oxman - Luna’s wanderer Stratasys © Neri Oxman
Neri Oxman - Luna’s wanderer Stratasys
© Neri Oxman

Personalized clothing and intelligent fabrics

 » How I printed my fashion collection from home » likes to tell Israeli designer Danit Peleg : for her graduation diploma in 2015, she created her entire collection from home using 3D printing. Working this way, she conceived both the design of the clothes and the texture of fabrics.
 » Forget shopping, soon you’ll download your own clothes » she says. When you go to her website, you click on the (…)

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Neri Oxman - Luna’s wanderer Stratasys © Neri Oxman

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