Danit Peleg creates world's first wearable garments printed at home.
Fashtech is a bit of a buzzword right now. Compared to just a few years ago when wearable tech was still but a sci-fi dream, the future seems to be upon us with all kinds of groundbreaking thingumajigs. Last summer, we wrote about Francis Bitonti's amazing 3D printed creations. Latest in the march toward the future is a graduate collection of 3D printed outfits from fashion student, Danit Peleg, of the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design.
Her capsule collection was made entirely from 3D printed fabrics, printed on domestic machines at her home. The five outfits took a total of 2000 hours to make, quite apart from the design, testing and construction required, so these are by no means commercially viable, but are an incredibly exciting step toward the bright future of consumer 3D printing.
You can find out more about Danit's work on her website.