Throughout this year\'s met Galaoutfits, there is a reason to wonder how some of the more complex designs seem to perfectly shape the contours of each attendee.
The answer is not miracle cut or high match
Ended the secret of design, but borrowed a stylish trick from the tech world: 3D printing
Fashion designer Zach Posen uses 3D printing technology to include Nina Dobrev, Katie Holmes, Judan Dunn, Deepika paducon and Julia Ghana
Actor Dobrev is known for her role in The Vampire Diaries and Degrassi: The Next Generation: she is wearing a short horn dress with a shoulder-less bodice, use translucent materials that look like they are structured and shiny.
Posen told charm magazine that its design was to mimic \"a glass shoe, a perfume bottle, and a crystal acting on my curtains \".
It takes you into a surreal fantasy of the future \".
He continued: \"I want a relaxed creation that feels like floating.
\"According to Dobrev, this accessory includes being scanned by a 3D camera while wearing a latex tights.
She said the process was repeated 6 times, but it only took about a minute and a half.
\"This is a very future concept,\" she commented . \".
Posen said he wanted to work with a 3D printer for a long time, and because of his collaboration with two digital manufacturing companies, GE Additive and Protolabs, he was able to achieve his vision.
The project has been in the pipeline for a year.
Shortly after 2018 Met Gala, Posen flew to Pittsburgh, visited the GE printing plant, learned about the different materials, and visited the SLA machines used for the process.
The designer told CNBC: \"Then I started to learn what is possible and what is impossible with different materials.
The answer is that almost everything is possible.
Model Zhu Dan Dunn\'s 30-
It took over 1,100 hours for 37 petals (GBP)
More than 45 days)to print.
Dunn told the New York Times about her dress: \"I haven\'t worn such clothes before.
It feels like I\'m wearing very expensive and expensive artwork.
There is also Bollywood actor Deepika Padukone on Posen\'s table, with more than 400 pieces of embroidery on his pink gown, which are vacuum metal-processed and painted;
Katie Holmes is wearing a purple dress with palm leaf on the collar;
American actor Julia Garner also has a headwear on the same SLA machine.
Since his internship at the clothing Academy in 1997, Posen has been at the party every year, but this is his first year of buying a table and it is reported that our price is between $200,000 and $300,000 (
£ 152,000 to £ 229,000).