Fashion enters the Third Dimension

From delicate floral fabrics to large geometric neckpieces, The Third Dimension captures what Australian designers are achieving with this innovative technology.

Jewellery lovers will find contemporary 3D modelled designs in precious metals, nylon, stainless steel and sustainably printed titanium from the CSIRO. This eclectic showcase features everything from dainty everyday pieces to statement special occasion designs.

Husband and wife team, XYZ Workshop, presents samples of the 3D printed fabric used to create their award winning In Bloom dress. In Bloom is one of the first completely 3D printed dresses to be created on a desktop 3D printer. At 2.1m in length, it is also one of the longest. The gown itself is currently touring Amsterdam and will soon be heading to the United States to see the sights of New York.

For those of you who are curious about how 3D printing works, be sure to check out the live demonstrations on the in-house desktop printer!

The Third Dimension pop up store is open until 24 August from 10am to 5pm at 73 George Street, The Rocks.

Necklaces - Unellenu

Unellenu

3D printed necklace - Fairina Cheng Jewellery

Fairina Cheng

Rings - Jewellery Object Design Collective

Jewellery and Object Design Collective

In Bloom dress - XYZ Workshop

XYZ Workshop

3D printed studs - Cheree Edwards

Cheree Edwards

3D printed pearl ring - Little Rambutan

Little Rambutan

CSIRO titanium printing - Dubler

Dubler