Styleshapes has launched their website, which collates all the biggest 3D printing fashion and jewllery designers.
3D printing fashion and jewellery is starting to become the biggest single use for 3D printing end use consumer products. 3D printing’s ability to create never before achievable, complex shapes is a great muse to designers and the ever expanding range of materials go hand-in-hand with jewellery and fashion.
A new firm looking to capitalise on this trend is Styleshapes, an online community and magazine dedicated exclusively to 3D printed jewellery, design and fashion.
Designers can easily and securely upload their products to the site, complete with photos, descriptions and the 3D models. At the user end the site is easily navigable and the products get the billing they deserve. You can find the product you’re looking for and you are then directed to the appropriate shop to purchase said product.
One of the more recognisable collections to feature on the site is that of Yvonne of Dyvsign. The Dutch designer and now friend to TCT + Personalize has included the pieces - such as the popular La Gerbe bracelet - that featured so prominently in our Innovation Showcase pride of place on Styleshapes.com. Yvonne is joined on the site by fellow notable 3D printing designers FabMe Jewelry and Colleen Jordan of the wearable planter fame.
With this stellar line-up and nice looking website Styleshapes.com are looking to become the one-stop-shop for all your 3D printing design needs. CEO of Styleshapes Eugene Kondratyev says, “Styleshapes.com has certainly found a gap in this niche market and grabbed the opportunity with both hands, creating what is destined to become a community that turns 3D printing from geek to chic.”