Artist Daniel Widrig has utilized his background in architecture in order to create a gorgeous couture piece that is shockingly beautiful.
Couture is naturally avant-garde, however this dress is unbelievable. It's a structured two-piece that incorporates different patterns into the design. There is a bubble-inspired top that is white and it has numerous holes throughout the piece. On the bottom is a classic black skirt that has been transformed. It has volume at the hips and an intricate pattern that pulls upward into the chest.
What is most interesting about this piece is that it's 3D-printed. The dress is so well done that it looks as though it should have been handmade. Artist Daniel Widrig never ceases to amaze viewers, and this dress is a true triumph.
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