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Burlesque model Dita Von Teese teamed up with Michael Schmidt, a stagewear designer, to debut the first 3D printer-made gown – how haute tech! So what’s it made of? A flexible substance called powdered nylon, which is supposedly comfortable enough to wear. Of course, they had to bling-out this gown post-printing, so it was painted in black lacquer and then bejewelled with 12,000 black Swarovski crystals. [
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What Not to Wear is going off the air. [
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