Eden Saadon uses 3D pen to create “3D Lace” couture lingerie collection
Israeli designer Eden Saadon unveils new possibilities for creation in the fashion industry. With the use of a 3Doodler 3D pen, Eden Sadoon raises the standard of fashion by thinking out of the box.
Recently graduated from Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and Art in Ramat Gan, Eden Saadon chose the 3Doodler 3D pen to achieve her final project.
Normally intended for kids, this 3D pen might drive her in new directions.
3DLace portrays volumetric lace designs that presents amazing flora and fauna imagery. The creation of the seven-piece collection of beautiful nightgowns and negligees is based on the tapestry drawings of William Morris, the architecture of Frank Gehry, the paper and bamboo sculptures of Ai Weiwei, and the body sketches of Oskar Schlemmer.
“What is fabric, after all, but cloth made of threads?” Saadon asks. The collection of wearables is so light and can be associated to haute couture.
Very easy to use, she just needs 15 minutes to design a small piece of 3D textile while she would need several days to design a full garment.
If Saadon focuses on lacy textile, notice is to be made that she sees in the 3D pen a potential tool that could help her earn her living.
“I don’t know where it will go, but it’s fun that there are 1,000 options,” said the young lady.
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