3D Fashion Designers

Here is a list of fashion designers who work with 3D printing technology. We recommend to follow their art work.

Danit Peleg

Danit Peleg is a fashion designer based in Tel Aviv, which created the first commercially available, 3D-printed clothing, and was recognized by Forbes as one of Europe's Top 50 Women in Tech. In 2017, a limited edition-set of 100 Bomber jackets were created. For $1500 a piece, clients could get their own customized jacket printed.

Krizia Medero

Designer, Architect and creator of the Sew Printed channel. She is creating bags, (wedding) dresses, sandals, jackets, pruses and much more using 3D printing technology.

Nusi Quero

"I would describe it as intuitive, emergent, but intentional. [...]. My memories and knowledge I let speak through my hands, kind of subliminally maybe, and there is an intuitive momentum that has built around the work that has provided enough criteria and pathways of expression and research that keeps me intrigued and devoted to it, my work just follows that. It's mostly based on a faith that beauty will emerge if I try as hard as I can to discover or decode it."

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Inspired by the breathtaking atmosphere of the Berlin kinky scene, the artist behind NipplePadArt started to develop new types of nipple pads to give partying people more variety to express themselves through fashion.

Julia Daviiy

Julia Daviy (Berezovska) is a sustainability innovator, inventor, founder and clean tech entrepreneur. She is also known as a pioneer of sustainable digital 3D-printed fashion.She has over 15 years of experience in the cleantech and sustainability field, where she has developed and led impactful projects and initiatives in various sectors, such as renewable energy, 3D printing, and sustainable fashion.

Anouk Wipprecht

Hi-Tech Fashion Designer and Innovator Anouk Wipprecht. She is working in the emerging field of "FashionTech"; a rare combination of fashion design combined with engineering, science and interaction/user experience design. Anouk combines the latest in science and technology to make fashion an experience that transcends mere appearances. Sensors embedded in the design monitor the space around the wearer, and body-sensors check in on stress levels as comfort or anxiety.

Julia Koerner

Julia Koerner is an award-winning Austrian designer working at the convergence of architecture, product and fashion design. She is internationally recognised for design innovation in 3D-Printing, Julia's work stands out at the top of these disciplines. Her collaborations involved 3D-Printed fashion pieces developed with Haute Couture Houses for Paris Fashion week and 3D printed costumes for Hollywood entertainment productions such as Marvel’s Black Panther in collaboration with Ruth Carter which recently won an Oscar for Best Costume Design.

Alexis Walsh

Alexis Walsh is a designer and artist based out of New York City who uses an interdisciplinary approach, merging 3D printing with traditional handcraft to push the boundaries of fashion design. While Walsh gained fashion design experience with renowned international brands including Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, and Jordache, she recently launched her own Brooklyn, NY design studio called JAW Studio.

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Koja i Kosti & Smirnovson

A fashion and graffiti artist couple living right now in Berlin. They create Vinyl and plastic outfits.

Iris van Herpen

Merging different disciplines in unexpected and pioneering ways has been paramount to Iris van Herpen's distinctive creative process which can be described as an inextricable bond between traditional craftsmanship and future-facing technology.Iris van Herpen contemplates her designs as a cross-pollination of various fields: art, chemistry, dance, physics, architecture and biology. In the eyes of Iris, Haute Couture is a transformative force that transcends boundaries and unites these various fields.

Sophy Wong

She is a multi-disciplinary designer specializing in wearable technology and digital fabrication for creative expression. She designs and builds costumes and fashion pieces inspired by science fiction and visions of the future. She loves learning new skills and techniques, and sharing the design and build processes for her projects. She speaks at creative technology conferences and maker events, and shares ongoing projects.

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