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Designer Julia Daviy launches fully customized, zero-waste 3D printed skirt

Designer Julia Daviy launches fully customized, zero-waste 3D printed skirt

Written by David

May 1, 2019

Julia Daviy , a fashion designer with an inclination towards 3D printing and sustainable practices, has introduced a new wearable product that combines all three elements: a zero-waste, fully customizable 3D printed skirt. The garment is now available to order on the designer’s website. The 3D printed skirt signals an important milestone in Daviy’s career in the fashion industry and on her journey to reorient fashion towards more sustainable, eco-friendly production. In fact, the designer found her way into fashion through a job at a renewable-energy company, where she became concerned with the environmentally taxing processes used to produce garments. This realization led her to design her own line of activewear made from entirely organic materials. Still, Daviy believed she could do something more radical to change the current state of fashion, which led her to discover 3D printing. The designer studied additive manufacturing at the University of Illinois […]

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