3D Printing Makes Customisable Jewellery More Affordable and Appealing in Singapore

Singapore: Amidst a shrinking global jewellery market, growth will be fuelled by new product developments, with companies likely to launch more customisable jewellery for consumers to express their individual styles. According to Euromonitor’s recent report, this is set to increase interest among consumers looking for unique and innovative designs. At the same time, traditional jewellery producers are facing new challenges, especially in marketing to millennials, who are breaking away from jewellery-buying traditions. Ginkgo3D made some enquiries regarding 3D printed offerings […]

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3D Printed Apparel: Yay or Nay? From Tradition to Technology

When Iris Van Herpen debuted her 3D printed dress at Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week in 2011, it sparked new trends in the fashion industry, with major designers creating 3D printed geometric cutout gowns, stiff and shiny trims and garments that resemble skeletons and medieval armor. Her 3D printed dress was named one of the year’s best inventions by Time magazine. In Malaysia, Melinda Looi produced Asia’s first fashion show devoted to 3D printed accessories in 2013. The theme of […]

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