Just when you think you have seen everything there is within the fashion industry, something always seems to jump up and grab you unexpectedly. For Dutch designer Anouk Wipprecht, her work not only does this from time to time, but just about every piece of fashion that she designs will leave you either totally awe inspired or incredibly freaked out. She is known within the fashion industry for taking things to a level previously unthought of, and within the 3D printing industry for exhibiting the potential the technology provides for the future.
Queen of burlesque Dita Von Teese dressed a 3D apparel. The famous beauty who loves burlesque as much as fashion appeared in an amazing three-dimensional dress, which caused envy in Lady Gaga.
She presented a dress, which was made by using the latest technologies. Its creators are the designer Michael Schmidt and the architect Francis Bitonti.
Italian fashion brand Gucci created the first three-dimensional sunglasses, reported FashionTime.
Gucci's fashion gurus are taking 3D eyewear to the next level with these retro-80s 3D glasses, shaped like aviators, made from black plastic, but offer "optically correct 6-base curved lenses with circular polarized technology".