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Last night in New York City, burlesque dancer Dita Von Teese showed off the first-ever 3D printed dress. We can’t decide what’s more amazing: that this technology has been developed, or how Dita looks in it. Take a look and see for yourself!
We’re starting to get a little apprehensive about the future of fashion. Behold the world’s first 3D holographic fashion show, presented in collaboration between German label Stefan Eckert and motion-graphics designer Tim Joeckel.
Have you ever gotten up in the morning and wished you could literally pull a pair of shoes straight from the Internet? It’s not exactly a reality yet, but thanks to experimental shoemaker Marloes ten Bhomer, we just got one step closer to making that a reality.
Remember that scene in Clueless where Cher gets to virtually sift through her closet on a computer that shows her what she’d look like in the outfits she has? How many times do you wake up in the morning and wish you had that? (I’ll admit to 4 out of 7 days a week.) Well, apparently we’re not too far from that happening, and it’s all starting at Selfridges in London.
Look3D Eyewear is a sunglass brand dedicated to making 3-D glasses look fashionable. Now you won’t have to worry about looking dorky on line for the next Avatar-esque movie.
Thought everyone was over the whole 3-D kick? Nice try.
So stop pretending like you didn’t save your glasses from Avatar and check out Vogue Mexico’s radically stylish take on 3-D kitch. Lensed by photographer Jacques Dequeker, the spread captures the ultra-ravishing Isabeli Fontana looking eye-popping in vibrant hues of red and blue.