Imagine having clothing that fits your body without having to try spend hours in the dressing room. The jeans you’re putting up for the first time fit perfectly, and you didn’t have to have it tailored. Custom clothing like this is still a few decades away but 3D printing may bring it a few years closer.

Source: TechCrunch

For now the fashion world has begun to embrace 3D printing for custom statement pieces, like the shawl pictured to the right. The U.K. start up WonderLuk, uses 3D printing in the context of unusual and bold statement accessories. It has seven designers that create jewelry and other accessories some of which can only be manufactured via 3D printing. Click here to read the full article about 3D accessories by WonderLuk.