The collection, which is tied to an exhibition at the Jewish Museum, explored the 3-D printing possibilities through a collaboration with architect Bradley Rothenberg.

The result was a fascinating proposition of black-and-white sculptural shapes in geometric and tile patterns found in synagogues, churches and mosques around the world. The looks ranged widely in form and cut, from short dresses with folds and voluminous skirts to skinny pants worn with maxi coats, to an intricate plastic-like webby short dress that feautured a 3-D texture. Wearable? No. Exhibition and runway worthy? For sure.

The collection, which is tied to an exhibition at the Jewish Museum, explored the 3-D printing possibilities through a collaboration with architect Bradley Rothenberg.

The result was a fascinating proposition of black-and-white sculptural shapes in geometric and tile patterns found in synagogues, churches and mosques around the world. The looks ranged widely in form and cut, from short dresses with folds and voluminous skirts to skinny pants worn with maxi coats, to an intricate plastic-like webby short dress that feautured a 3-D texture. Wearable? No. Exhibition and runway worthy? For sure.

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