Julia Daviy started in 2018 from presenting the first ever collection of flexible and wearable clothes created digitally and printed out entirely on large-format industrial 3D printers; christening the concept of additive manufacturing—with a zero-waste production cycle.
Then—she started to change the course of the industry. In the Spring of 2019, Julia Daviy launched the first digitally created and fully customizable 3D-printed skirts—named ‘must- haves’ by British Vogue. Later that year, Julia Daviy developed ‘soft geometry’ and multi-color 3D printing of flexible materials; yielding 4D and 3D printed suites. The examples of clothes representing these two techniques are a part of the exhibition ‘Feminist Futurist’ at The Boston Center for the Arts (From February 8th to April 5th).
Come February 2020, Julia Daviy presented the Morphogenesis Bag Collection at NYFW; the bags are Objects d’Art, which lends a nuanced uniqueness and elegance to any owner, causing heads to turn—whether on the red carpet, and strutting between meetings.
Inspired by Alan Turing’s work on theory and mathematical description of morphogenesis process—which develops an organism’s shape—Julia Daviy catalyzed the perfect product design between science and nature. The Morphogenesis bags are created as a result of synthesizing digital fabrication and additive manufacturing technologies, which empowers the creation of a physical bag from a digital one in any size.