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London-based mostly architect Daniel Widrig and Dutch designer Iris van Herpen first collaborated at Amsterdam Style Week in 2010 on a set referred to as Crystallization (above) — a style assortment of 3D-printed clothes. Escapism is the continuation of this collaboration and launched at Paris Trend week earlier this yr.
The objective of the Escapism assortment is to take 3D printing and push the bounds on the wearability of the printed items. It investigates the potential of utilizing superior applied sciences and pc-aided design to create high fashion fashions made from fiber-like parts which might be light-weight and versatile.
The gathering was produced in collaboration with New York based mostly label .MGX by Materialise by way of Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) in Polyamide.