This Rising Designer 3-D Printed an Entire Collection at Home

Meghan Blalock

The fashion industry was among the first to embrace 3-D printing, including designers like Iris van Herpen, whose runways have featured couture designs created by the technology since 2011. But one fashion student in Tel Aviv took it to the next level: She created an entire ready-to-wear collection using the small 3-D printing machines you purchase for your home.

While creating clothes using industrial 3-D printers is certainly a feat, doing the same thing on the tiny 3-D printers intended for personal use is quite another. Danit Peleg, who just graduated from the Shenkar college of design, did just that—and the results are actually amazing. We want to wear it all! Watch the clip above to see the collection now.

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