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Available in a choice of nine precious and semi-precious metals, this organic shaped necklace has been designed to bring an urban edge to your everyday outfit. The fluid shapes make the piece a little more subtle that some others in the collection and catches the eye in polished silver.
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This organic shaped ring has been designed to match the FabU necklace. It can be personalised to a specific ring size and is available in a range of precious materials.
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This piece has been designed to work in a range of materials to showcase the possibilities of 3D printing with such an intricate structure. From 14K gold for a real statement piece to fun red flexible plastic, this design is incredibly versatile.
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To go with the Exteriority Bracelet, FabMe has designed a necklace using a similar pattern that makes the most of 3D printing's optimisation techniques to create interesting minimalist structures. The necklace is available in 17 materials from €26 all the way up to €1,320.
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This headpiece gives us an insight into what occasion wear of the future might look like. It is a huge statement piece which has been designed to be worn in multiple ways depending on the individual. More casual wearers can sport their headpiece above a simple up do but for thoe more adventurous fashion conscious customer, the piece can be worn as a visor or even an ear cuff.
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It isn't just jewellery getting the FabMe treatment as this Fab Purse shows. 3D printed with black nylon, which includes the chain, the bag comes in its shell form but can be upholstered to make it a more traditional wearable product. FabMe advises that the bag should be worn with care and reserved only for special occasions. Definitely not your average everyday accessory.
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The interesting thing about this piece is that as well as looking good it has been designed in the interest of comfort and flexibility. The piece is made up of easy to use small ball joints with a fully functional click-in locking system rather than a traditional jewellery clasp. It is available in a range of bright colours including red, blue, pink, yellow, white and black.
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The Metal Edition of the FutureChique necklace is said to be a design from the future. With bold geometrical shapes that work to give the piece a futuristic edge, the design feels more like wearable art than a traditional necklace.
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Fab Cap (Low-Poly Edition)
Perhaps the most interesting item from the collection, the Fab Cap is unlike any cap you may have seen before. The design does come with a warning tag to say it does not promise protection from the sun but instead might give you a nice geometric tan.
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Fab Cap (Voronoi Edition)
The original Fab Cap, like the Fab Purse, can be upholstered to transform the 3D skeleton into a more traditional cap for less daring wearers. It is available in nylon black, white and can actually be tailored to your individual head size.
FabMe Jewelry has just unveiled its new collection for 2014 featuring some very interesting uses of 3D printing technology. Designed by Wesley Günter and photographed by Cachicci International, the collection is a mix of exciting geometric shapes and minimalist designs that are available to purchase through Shapeways in a variety of materials.
The brand describes itself as the future of fashion and with a brand new range of unique designs including the innovative 'Fab Cap', it is clear to see why. Take a look at our top picks.