As you probably know, I am very interested in 3-D fashion designs. While surfing on internet this afternoon I found several inspiring designs from Israeli fashion designer Noa Raviv. Noa combines grid patterns and 3D printing for Hard Copy fashion collection. She has integrated 3D-printed elements into ruffled garments influenced by distorted digital drawings. Be inspired by her interesting designs below. I wrote earlier 3 other blogs about 3-D printing: Iris van Herpen 01, Iris van Herpen 02 and 3-D Fashion
Photography is by Ron Kedmi.