THE LIBERATION COLLECTION

Julia Daviy’s 3D printed fashion collection is the first ever to be released within the U.S. that not only uses the technology of large printing format but also displays a true everyday clothing look that is functional, fabulously delicate and wearable for women. The 3D printing process allows the fine regulation of thickness, shape, pattern, and colour. Julia Daviy has mastered these techniques in the production of two 3D printed suits, and bespoke dresses and skirts, combining 2 different filaments for printing.

The Parametric Coral Pleated Dress:

Inspired by sea reefs and especially by Fungia Coral, Julia Daviy created a dress, which despite its parametric structure and being 3d printed looks like a real wearable dress, good for cocktail parties or special occasions.

The Polka Dot Exoskeleton Dress

Inspired by exoskeletons of sea urchins, Julia Daviy created a ready-to-3d-wear classic dress with 3-dimensional polka dots, which are pretty similar to the round barbed in the closer look.

The Pure Nature Suit

A white top and white-and-neon-green skirt. Here you will see a wide-use in architecture organic pattern (so-called Voronoi pattern). The suit is super flexible. It’s lining made from premium eco-friendly fabric produced from recycled fishing nets. 

The Parametric Skin Suit

Julia used the 3-dimensional pattern similar to a snakeskin and parametric lines of different height, inspired by the shapes of Fungia Coral and sea animal species skin patterns.

The Lace Mini Skirt

Meet the world’s first 3D-printed lace skirt. Inspired by the shapes of coral reef and a skirt from one of the most popular looks of Carrie Bradshaw, this skirt matches a wide variety of modern looks.

The Pink Coral Neon Skirt

Julia used the 3-dimensional pattern similar to a snakeskin and parametric lines of different height, inspired by the shapes of Fungia Coral and sea animal species skin patterns.

The Fragility Dress

Meet the world’s first 3D-printed lace skirt. Inspired by the shapes of coral reef and a skirt from one of the most popular looks of Carrie Bradshaw, this skirt matches a wide variety of modern looks.

The Parametric Black Ocean Dress

This dress is 3D-printed manually and is 3-dimensional and made from mixed filaments – flexible tpu and flexible biodegradable PLA. The elements of bra zone as the shoal of jellyfishes, and the shape of the dress is similar to a sea star body architecture. The idea of this dress is to attract attention to the problem facing the Oceans, such as overfishing, the killing of sharks and other sea predators, dying coral reefs and massive pollution