Fashion house Viktor&Rolf turned to 3D printing technology to create a sumptuous rose gold dress of thorny branches and flowers for the brand’s iconic Flowerbomb perfume bottle.
The 15 bespoke 3D printed creations are part of a new limited edition to celebrate the perfume’s 15th anniversary and can be exclusively purchased at the brand’s online shop for $2,500. Each set is created through Carbon ’s digital light synthesis (DLS) technology, then polished and assembled by hand for an absolutely unique finish. Similarly, Formula 1 (F1) and Designer Parfums joined forces once again with Welsh artist and industrial designer Ross Lovegrove – who created Formula 1’s first-ever perfume bottle in metal in 2019 – to design 3D printed exoskeletons to house five new scents that will have F1 aficionados reminiscing the thrills and excitement of the legendary races. 15 unique bottles were created for Viktor&Rolf’s 3D printed limited edition Flowerbomb fragrance. Image courtesy of Viktor&Rolf The Viktor&Rolf project called “Flowerbomb Haute Couture” is part of a collaboration between 3D printing service provider ERPRO Group , Viktor&Rolf, and L’Oréal . For this ultra-luxurious edition, the designers wanted flowers as spectacular as the ones crafted for their Haute Couture garments, which are […]
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