Designer: Richard Sun 3D Fashion architecture, wearable sculptural design. I like the idea of the bodycon dress being contrasted with colour and shape with the overlay of the 3D manipulated thinned fabric. It seems to be made with a vary of techniques such as 3D printing, pleated fabric, tulle, and silk organza.
Noa Raviv created textiles with distorted grid patterns stretched across the fabric, resulting in a playful visual illusion. In addition she used 3D printed elements to make bold and intricate shapes. The digitally inspired features are juxtaposed with silhouettes influenced by classical greek sculptures.