Here are some 3-D printed accessories you can buy today. By Anya Kamenetz Last night, a model in the Victoria's Secret fashion show walked in a snowflake-patterned bustier and wings designed by architect Bradley Rosenberg and printed by Shapeways. Constructed of laser-sintered nylon ("sintering" is a process that uses heat to fuse powder into flexible material), the entire piece weighed less than a pound and was custom fit to a 3-D scan of model Lindsay Ellingson's body. Clearly the era of 3-D printed fashion and accessories is inching ever closer within reach. Fashion, with its globe-spanning supply chains, massive popularity, and worrying labor violations and environmental impact, is one sector where mass customization, localized production, and less waste could revolutionize the market.
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Fashion designers support Arms Around the Child with couture black leather bears
Think you know when we have in our pop up shop that's what people are really loving is that story -- -- -- -- connection. And -- feel so -- and it also looks great on a lot of different people so that's what we're really looking for is. One of those pieces that people want aware for years and years to come and. -- you brought a number of -- really cool pieces with you today I'm curious though how much do you think people want that story how much do people actually care. About the origins of their fashion. We think -- -- event I mean it's if any you can get clothing anywhere it can cost from.
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All proceeds from the event, including the designer leather bears, went towards helping Arms Around the Child support children living in extreme adversity. Leigh Blake, who co-founded Keep a http://www.chicemma.com Child Alive with Alicia Keys, is a harbinger of AIDS advocacy work. Over the years, Blake has made her mark in using the power of fame and celebrity to make the world a better place. Through the auction at The Other Ball, Arms Around the Child will be able to protect many kids who would otherwise be prey to sexual abuse, exploitation, hunger and neglect. I am incredibly thankful to all those who came out to support our cause last night. Arms Around the Child auctioned off an array of incredible items and experiences, which included couture black leather bears that were custom designed and donated to the auction by top fashion designers, Christian Louboutin, Topshop, Topman, Alexander Wang, Simon Doonan, Opening Ceremony, Chromat and Thom Browne. The Other Ball is a new annual fundraising event that harnesses the power of the collective to benefit children suffering in the developing world.
Victoria's Secret Fashion Show: Cara Delevingne's twerking video
The broadcast, up from last year, garnered its third-largest audience ever and was the top program among adults ages 18 to 49, according to CBS and Nielsen's early ratings. It's fitting since the heavenly hotties talked social media before opening the "Pink Network" segment of the hour-long broadcast. The Angels donned heart-shaped glasses against a backdrop of ever-changing emoticons for the pre-recorded package that aired during the show. "All of the models that are in the show tonight are literally the rock stars of social media," producer and creative director Ed Razek said. "It's crazy how many followers they have. Collectively it's in the tens of millions.
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