The future is here. I’ve seen it–actually, I watched it happen. Danit Peleg is a 27-year-old Israeli fashion designer who made an innovative, almost otherworldly concept come true: She printed an entire fashion collection from her home. Isn’t that your dream, too? Not having to actually leave your house to buy new clothes that probably don’t fit well and aren’t exactly runway ready?
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Peleg states on her website that she believes the technology “will help democratize fashion and give designers more independence in the creation process.” She also believes the technology will evolve, so everyone will be able to customize their own clothes, not just designers.
In the video below, Peleg briefly shows us how she printed the clothes, what materials she used, and of course, the finished product.
We’re going to keep an eye on this one.
Danit Peleg, a 27 year old Israeli fashion design student 3D-printed an entire fashion collection from home!
Posted by START-UP NATION on Tuesday, July 28, 2015