Fashion & Textile

OASAP 3D Print Women Clothing Bringing a Lifelike World to Fashion Pursuers

Oasap 3D Printing Textile

You may probably think that the 3D printing technology is only be used in high-tech products, but you are wrong. It also be introduced in the apparel industry as recently launches a series of 3D printing pattern sweatshirts which attract the attention from worldwide fashionistas at once.   It is reported that the series of 3D printing sweatshirts are designed in ... Read More »

Stratasys 3D Printing Enables Colombian Designer to Reinvent Fashion Accessories


Stratasys Ltd. today announced that Camilo Alvarez, one of the leading fashion designers in Colombia, has produced his “Botanicracia” Spring/Summer 2014 collection using Stratasys 3D printing technology. The collection was just launched at Colombiamoda 2013 in Medellin, bringing 3D printing to Colombia’s catwalk.   Inspired by the coexistence of nature and urban technology as well as 3D printed fashion in France, Japan and the United States, Alvarez wanted to ... Read More »

Fair-Feral – Latest Jewellery Collection by The Rogue and The Wolf

The Rogue and The Wolf released today Fair|Feral, which is the latest jewellery collection from UK based designers. It consists of fifteen separately named designs, each piece has its own unique personality while still keeping a common leitmotiv.   The latest emergence of 3D printing technology allows designers to combine the creativity of Eloise’s illustrations and Michael’s ambition for materials and technical ... Read More »

3D Printing Fashion Show Tokyo

The Fashion show of the NEA Conference in Tokyo, featuring all the designs of the Accessory Challenge winners, was a great succes! i.materialise reported.   You can see the beautiful winning designs of the Accessory Challenge as follows. i.materialise claimed that there were many people over there and said thanks to everyone for the beautiful designs they made!     ... Read More »

A 3D Printed Dress Using MakerBot Flexible Filament for New York’s Fashion Week

The Verlan Dress, designed by Francis Bitonti of the famed Dita Dress, is the first creation to ever use MakerBot Flexible Filament, a new filament material made out of polyester.     “We are very excited about the development of MakerBot Flexible Filament,” said Bre Pettis, MakerBot’s CEO. Pettis noted that MakerBot Flexible Filament is a 1.75mm filament that flexes and moves after it ... Read More »