Thursday, April 14, 2016

This 3D-printed jacket wants to change how you shop

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3D-printed garments are making serious strides, from New Balance's midsole to Chanel suits

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Image: MINISTRY OF SUPPLY

But nothing has been very compelling when it comes to men's suiting, until now. 

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Image: MINISTRY OF SUPPLY

Boston-based athleisure brand Ministry of Supply announced its Seamless Jacket today, which prints an entirely seamless garment. That means nothing is sewn together – no sleeves, no lapels. There are no strings to attach anything, only a single garment that's pretty handsome. 

The brand claims that traditional off-the-rack suit, and its cut-and-sew construction, isn't perfect to the body — they are formed on a mannequin. Of course, we know that a little tailoring can fix this problem. But not everyone can afford that time or luxury. Read more...

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