Dita Von Teese showed off the world’s first fully-articulated, 3D-printed dress yesterday. Containing almost 3,000 joints, it’s able to drape and flow with the curves of any woman. The dress was made exclusively for her by Francis Bitonti and Michael Schmidt.
From far away, this looks a lot like those fishnets hookers like to wear but way classier. Meaning, the draping and flowing with the curves only works for some women like, say, Dita Von Teese or Candice Swanepoel and not for others like, say, Christina Aguilera or Jessica Simpson. Dresses like this should pretty much have a tag on it that says “no fat chicks.”