From 3D printed organs on Grey's Anatomy to Dita von Teese's iconic 3D printed gown, our ability to create complex printed objects is on the rise. As we look towards the future, some are convinced that the marriage between fashion and tech is inevitable. But it's still hard to fathom 3D fashion design going mainstream.
However, the days of at home 3D printing might be closer than we think. For her graduate collection, Danit Peleg set out to prove "if it'd be possible to create an entire garment using technology accessible to anyone." And prove it she did. Armed with home 3D printers, she created five complete looks that you have to see in motion. Watch her runway show below.