See My Vest: Dita Von Teese's 3-DD Outfit and More
Earlier this week in NYC, burlesque dancer Dita Von Teese proved herself to be one of the most fashion-forward women on the planet when she modeled the very first fully 3-D printed dress.
Made from a type of hardened nylon, Teese's dress was designed by Los Angeles designer Michael Schmidt — whose fashions have previously been seen on Lady Gaga and Rihanna — and Brooklyn-based architect Francis Bitonti. Their creation was then printed by Shapeways, a 3D-printing design studio, before being assembled and lacquered.
All eyes were on Teese when she debuted the dress at the Ace Hotel on Monday, but the burlesque artist is used to that kind of attention. She's been a fashion maven ever since she stepped onto the scene, wowing the audiences with her glamorous, eye-catching styles.
Take a peek below at Teese's most spectacular ensembles.