Julia Daviy’s passion for design drove her to a course in design thinking and innovation at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business where she took a major in design thinking. She also studied 3D printing at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign. Since graduating, she has never looked back. Confident that 3D technology is the most sustainable method of revolutionizing most industries, Julia is harnessing the transformational power of 3D printing for her fashion innovations. Her primary goal is sustainability. She is also keen to reduce waste and environmental footprints across the sector.

I envision a near future where local communities all around the world are enriched by 3D printed fashion. Where women can leave the factories and sweatshops, and work with affordable 3D printing equipment to create unique fashions for the people of their villages, towns and neighborhoods.

A future in which the women who make our clothing are no longer exploited, but are once again respected, honored and loved.”

The myths of the weaving goddess, of Athena, the Fates and the Celestial Mother, remind us that women once wove our society together.Today we are at the start of a revolution in fashion, as 3D printing transforms the industry in the same way digital technologies have transformed and disrupted many other industries. This revolution will re-empower women around the world, and begin to repair the torn fabric of our society.”

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The Liberation Collection
I believe that simplification of 3D designing and improvement of 3D printing technology just a question of short time.
3D printing liberates not only women’s creativity. It is a tool to redesign a clothing industry into the industry that makes a positive impact on communities and the environment. 3D printing helps us to end with the era of cruelty and exploitation of animals for clothes production, especially for leather. So as right now the 3D printing technologies are developed enough to create much better quality, shapes and structure than any kind of animal skin material.
  • Wearable
  • Comfort
  • Fashionable
  • Forefront and Innovative
Highlights within “The Liberation Collection” include:
  • 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 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 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 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 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 Fragility Dress: This dress was made from a peace (Ahimsa) silk organza fabric and was decorated by 3-dimensional pattern similar to spines of sea urchins, 3D-designed by Julia Daviy and printed on an SLA 3D-printer. 

  • 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.

  • The Black 3D-printed Bodysuit / Swimming Suit: The 3D-printed bodysuit  and swimming suit in one made with a lining made from premium eco-friendly swimming spandex fabric (made from recycled fishing nets) is great for a party and for a pool. 

  • The Pink Coral Neon Skirt: The base of this 3D-printed pencil skirt is neon pink. And the 3-dimensional patterns are inspired by coral reef fishes are grey and have different heights. So the skirt slightly changes the body architecture. 


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Here are the looks from The Liberation Collection contained from the wearable 3d-printed clothes. More photo and video files of high resolution are available on our Dropbox.

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The Polka Dot Exoskeleton Dress
The Pure Nature Suit
The Fragility Dress
The Lace Mini Skirt


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