Cyber Journal 24, July 08, 2017
Sewing machines are fashion designers’ favorite tool since several decades, but this tool might be replaced with 3D printers soon. This year, several fashion designers have displayed their garments that were created using three-dimensional printers. Let’s take a look at some items which indicate a possible upcoming change in the fashion industry.
3D printed dress material
Manhattan-based studio BRAD’s chief; Bradley Rothenberg came in the limelight for the first time when he worked with Victoria’s Secret, and three-dimensional object printer-Shapeways. The trio’s first dress was displayed during 2013’s “Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show.” Lindsay Ellingson wore it, and she did manage to attract lots of eyeballs three tears back. This dress is popularly known as snowflake dress.
Fashion designer Bradley Rothenberg also attracted a lot of attention during New York Fashion Week 2014. His 3D printed dress material was used by designers like Katya Leonovich and Katie Gallagher.
Designer Katya Leonovich’s creation
During one of his recent interviews, Bradley Rothenberg shared his opinion that three-dimensional printers can help the garment industry to create body specific garments for users. However, currently most of the 3D printed garments are made from nylon, and three-dimensional printing still needs a lot of research to reach peoples’ drawing room.
3D printed bras
Chromat designer and owner Becca McCharen has designed costumes for stars like Madonna, Nicki Minaj, and Beyonce.
Becca McCharen’s 3D printed tops and bras debuted during this year’s New York Fashion week. Some people tagged it as weird. These 3D printed bras are now available for sale between $500 and $700.
Becca McCharen has recently claimed that the sales figures for her collections are positive. While sharing her opinion about 3D printed garments, she said that this technology allows designers to create something that was impossible with traditional stitching techniques.
Not just Becca, but there are several other designers who are all set to launch 3D printed undergarments that can be personalized by users before printing. Several small start-ups are trying to raise funds for similar projects on crowd funding sites.
3D printed makeup
Your search for that perfect color makeup might end soon, thanks to the new 3D printer called- The Mink. It was launched in April 2014 by Grace Choi and is available in almost all developed countries now. The device can print creams, powders, eye shadows, lipsticks and some more makeup material.
The Mink makeup printer can print makeup items of almost any color. All that the user needs to do is select the color from any image or video on the internet with the help of color picker. The printer uses FDA approved ink, and powder to print the makeup material.
Grace Choi suggests that she invented this makeup printer due to challenges which she faced while searching for makeup color matching her skin. She also claims that there are fewer makeup shades available for Asian women, and this device offers unlimited color combinations for them.
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