Miranda Marquez’s fashion to 3D-print at home

A new way of producing and sharing fashion in the era of industrial overproduction and of global pandemic.

Several designers during the lockdown exploited the potential of 3D printers to continue producing and designing their ideas. During this period in the city of Barcelona the designer Miranda Màrquez launched her first self-produced collection of clothing with the desire to offer society a new way of producing and sharing fashion.

The idea behind the resilience project is a free downloadable file that can be used freely by anyone who owns a 3D printer at home, thus allowing them to produce their own clothes. Therefore a democratic idea that exploits the potential of new technologies and is proposed as a triggering input for the entire fashion circuit, opening the way to new possibilities and production methods.

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