Janne Kyttanen creates an entire 3D-printed wardrobe using innovative technology from 3D Stystems, a company where she is a creative director. The designer's latest project is titled 'Lost Luggage' and invites one to 3D-print their own clothing, accessories and even their luggage.
This idea is inspired by travels where heavy luggage is not always the most convenient of options. Janne Kytanen's project gives one the ability to create their own 3D-printed wardrobe without the hassle of having to pack or lug around additional bags when on a trip.
From a roomy bag to a stylish wrap dress and shades, this collection is both vanguard and incredibly chic. The range also features glove, necklace and platform shoe accessories that are also 3D-printed.
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