3D-printing is not just being to transform manufacturing, medicine and hobby-related activities – it is also starting to make an appearance in the fashion world. Fashion houses are starting to approach 3D-printing companies to help them produce signature creations from 3D-printed shoes, to hats, handbags and even parts of outfits.

Noa Raviv, a graduate of the Shenkar College of Design in Ramat Gan, Israel chose to make her final project by combining traditional 2D media with the 3D digital world. She tells IBTimes UK why she chose to use 3D-printing to bring her outfits to life.