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Israeli designer’s 3D-printed shoes, outfits go global

Written by David

January 31, 2019

Ganit Goldstein designed and 3D-printed these shoes that are now in the permanent collection of the Design Museum in Holon, Israel. Photo: courtesy A unique collection of 3D-printed clothing and shoes by 26-year-old Israeli designer Ganit Goldstein has been getting attention across the globe. Goldstein created the “Between the Layers” collection of seven outfits and six pairs of shoes for her senior project at Jerusalem’s Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design . She combined cutting-edge manufacturing techniques with traditional crafts such as hand weaving. In September, Goldstein was one of 11 designers – and the only one from Israel — invited to compete in the Redress Design Awards 2018 in Hong Kong, the world’s largest sustainable fashion design competition. She placed second overall. Israeli designer Ganit Goldstein, left, with a model wearing one of Goldstein’s 3D-printed outfits at Redress Design Awards in Hong Kong. Photo: courtesy In December, Goldstein […]

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