In wanting to explore a new material for her designs, she eventually discovered FilaFlex, a soft filament that was a lot more malleable than other 3D fibers she’d tried using. Fashionista says she began by creating her pattern on Optitex, a fashion design software, then transferring it to Blender, a 3-D graphic design software. From there she was able to print sheets of lace-like “textiles,” which she then glued together to create the final pieces.
Check out the video below to see her results!
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