The liberation collection
What if we would be able to print apparel similar to the traditional but with a new 3D printing technology?
What if we could achieve zero-waste in clothing production and life-cycle?
What if we could create a garment similar to the leather pieces of clothing but do it cruelty-free?
And Julia Daviy’s collection proves that YES.
Organic and vegan fabrics used for the lining
BEHIND THE STAGE
– zero-waste production
– no hard hand work
– digital logistics
– digital prototyping
NUMBER OF 3D PRINTERS USED
3 FDM AND 1 SLA
TPE (with 100% recyclability) AND FLEXIBLE RESIN
MORE THAN 2,000 HOURS OF 3D PRINTING IN TOTAL
Luxury ahimsa silk organza used as a lining in the SLA -dress; organic fabrics used for the lining in all the rest pieces of clothing from this collection.
WE CREATE DIFFERENCE
– printing clothes in just several parts skipping the stage of the fabrics production.
A story of making 3d printed clothing a reality
Interested to be among the first who have 3D-printed pieces of clothing in their wardrobe?