The innovation of 3D printing on textiles is making great strides for French fashion at Première Vision Paris.

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The direct-to-textile 3D printing technology shows its evolution in the French fashion and design sector with several new products to discover at the Stratasys booth in the Hub Smart Tech Hall 6, stand 6HUB57.

The first French designer pieces unveiled

It is the turn of French designers to turn to Stratasys’ unique 3DFashion™ technology to create unique collections for major international brands.

Visitors will be able to admire for the very first time in France, a garment of les Teintures de France by Serge.H. for Première Vision, in addition to creations from international designers such as Ada Hefetz, Karim Rashid, Samson Shafran and FORAEVA Studio.

Design by Travis Fitch
Dress Flower of Life by Ada Hefetz

A TechStyle 3D printer will be running live over the three days of the show where visitors will be able to observe the incredible output of this machine and will be able to ask all their questions to the specialists in this technology.

It will also be an opportunity to explore the latest means developed to facilitate the integration of direct-to-textile 3D printing in the fashion sector, including the new Vero Eco™ Flex semi-flexible materials compliant with RSL certification and a tool allowing designers to bring to their 2D designs into 3D printable files for unique creations.

3D printed dresses, jackets, accessories, shoes, ornaments, and jewelry are also being exhibited…do not miss the opportunity to explore the limitless possibilities of Stratasys 3DFashion technology to unleash the creativity of designers on Stratasys stand 6HUB57 at Première Vision Paris from July 4 to 6.

Curious to know more and make an appointment at the show?

Contact Joana De Medina, Fashion Strategic Account Manager France:

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