As the technology sweeps around the world, people will not only focus on fashion by hand-made artsy garments, but, more into deep, fashion has been preferred into sophisticated interaction with latest technology. 3D printing technology is the one that could shape and create the fashion garments into new level.
Manus x Machina’s curator of the The Metropolitan Museum of Art Andrew Bolton defined the High-end Couture Clothes as “Items made for you, that fit your body.” 3D Fashion High-end Printing Clothes are those high-fashioned, specialized-designed, and unique-styled clothes printed by 3D printing machines.
Dutch designer Iris Van Herpen brings the wearable 3D printing design into the stage. First try is happened in 2010 at Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week.
The ensemble by Van Herpen not only shows the beautiful body of the model, but also gives designer more connivence of 3D printing at home. Blending between fashion and technology is sure for the future trend.
“Iris van Herpen is fearless when it comes to experimenting with 3D printing and using the technology as a means to create the innovative designs that are her vision,” says Sarah Schleuning, curator of decorative arts and design at the High Museum of Art, a Smithsonian affiliate museum.
Not only 3D printing, but also other technologies gradually are involved into fashion. By the report by the Business of Fashion, Google has also made the connection with BOF for the future cooperation like Artificial Intelligence. Google started his program called Google Cultural Institute in Paris, France and aims to bring all the arts by the digital platforms. And eagers to use algorithms to help designers get more inspiration by analyzing the past designs.