First fully articulated 3D printed dress flaunts a woman’s curves… and the Fibonacci Sequence

First fully articulated 3D printed dress flaunts a woman’s curves… and the Fibonacci Sequence

The world of fashion has already brought 3D-printed dresses into the fold , but we don’t remember ever seeing one quite like this: a fully-articulated, 3D-printed gown with nearly 3,000 joints, allowing it to delicately drape and seductively flow with the curves of the woman who wears it. In this case, it’s burlesque star and model Dita Von Teese donning the nylon dress, which was crafted exclusively for her by design studios Francis Bitonti and Michael Schmidt. Von Teese modeled the dress at the Ace Hotel in New York City earlier this week. The gown is adorned with over 12,000 Swarovski crystals and — designers claim — follows the Fibonacci Sequence in the way it curves around a woman’s body, in order to maximize its theoretical… Continue reading…

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First fully articulated 3D printed dress flaunts a woman’s curves… and the Fibonacci Sequence

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