By Leah Gonzalez, Source: PSFK
New York-based architect-turned-designer Francis Bitonti is known for his use of 3D printing technology and selective sintering to create completely functional and unique haute couture fashion wear and accessories. Among his famous work is the stunning 3D-printed and Swarovski-studded gown created specifically for burlesque star and fashion icon Dita Von Teese, who debuted the gown at the Ace Hotel in New York last
Now, the designer has partnered with Adobe to create a new women’s shoe collection, called Molecule. The collection features 3D-printed shoes that are designed and constructed to be both functional and commercially-available.
The 3D-printed shoes are manufactured using Adobe 3D printing technology, combined with the designer’s “disruptive manufacturing” skills and methods using digital renderings and specification.
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