Gallery 2022 – Nadja Monet

Sportswear

Printable Fashion

After reading the book Rise of the Robots by Martin Ford, which discusses the impact accelerating artificial intelligence will have on the labor market, I was inspired to create this collection based on the idea that one day automation will become so quintessential in our society that fashion designers will be replaced by algorithms and machines. Through the use of 3D modeling and 3D printing, I created looks influenced by the inner workings of computers.

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Model is shown wearing the jacket and dress, standing in a 3/4 view of the camera and is shown from the knees up.

3D-printed embellished jacket paired with tiered tulle dress

Model is shown wearing the jacket and dress, full body front shot, facing the camera.

3D prints are suspended in cut-outs throughout the jacket, held together with grommets and hardware.

Model is shown wearing the jacket and dress, but this is a zoomed-in detail shot of the right side showcasing the pocket detail. Model is seen from the right side, from the shoulder to hip.

3D-printed and metal mesh suspended pocket detail

Model is shown wearing the dress only, no jacket this time, from the front. Full body photo.

Tulle dress without the jacket

Model is shown wearing the jacket and dress, full body from the back.

Back details of jacket and dress

Meet the Designer

Nadja Monet

Charleston, South Carolina

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Credits:

Photographer: Lily Blattner
Model: Grace O’Farrel

FIT, State University of New York

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