On September 8, 2013, avant-garde fashion collective threeASFOUR debuted their spring/summer 2014 line at the Jewish Museum as part of threeASFOUR: MER KA BA, a multimedia installation that was on view through February 2, 2014.
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At New York Fashion Week 2016, Stratasys has made fashion history with two new spectacular 3D printed dresses. Created by breakthrough fashion designers threeASFOUR and Travis Fitch, the ‘Pangolin’ and ‘Harmonograph’ 3D printed dresses form part of threeASFOUR’s Biomimicry collection. Both were produced with the Stratasys’ Objet500 Connex3 3D Printer.
The 3D printed dresses were created with a special nano enhanced elastomeric 3D printing material, commercially available later in 2016, which essentially forms a brand new textile that stretches 6 different ways – up and down, left and right, forwards and backwards – “creating a whole new type of movement,” according to Gabi Asfour from threeASFOUR.
The collaboration with threeASFOUR is the latest in a series of high-profile fashion and design collaborations for Stratasys, which have included Prof. Neri Oxman, Iris van Herpen, Francis Bitonti, Julia Koerner, Eyal Gever, Nick Ervinck, Zaha Hadid Architects and more.
Watch this inspiring video to hear how threeASFOUR’s Gabi Asfour, Adi Gil and Angela Donhauser, as well as NY-based designer Travis Fitch, are using Stratasys 3D printing to redefine possible in fashion and design. Don’t miss seeing the 3D printed dresses on the runway at the end of the video!
Adi, Angela, and Gabi of threeASFOUR tell about their style and story for our Closets series.
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