The future is here, you can now purchase 3D-printed clothes

Game changer.

We first heard about Israeli designer Danit Peleg two years ago, when she 3D-printed her entire graduate collection.

Now, for the first time, you can buy her 3D-printed designs. 

Striving to solve some of the fashion world’s biggest issues, her pieces generate zero excess material, meaning the production process is totally waste-free.

Peleg is producing a super exclusive run of 100 customisable jackets, made-to-measure with the help of a virtual fitting app.

Each jacket takes around 100 hours to print, coming in at a cool $1500 each. Considering that’s 10,000 hours of work, you can’t really blame her for the price tag.

This #girlboss is changing the fashion game and we can’t wait to see what prints she comes up with next season.

Shop (or print) your jacket here.


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