The Most Beautiful Thing in the World Today: 3D-Printed Hats

by Natasha Wolff | May 21, 2014 9:33 am

Laser precision isn’t normally a quality you’d associate with the world of millinery, but designer Gabriela Ligenza[1] may change all that. Her conceptually fascinating line of 3D-printed looks straddle the line between architecture and accessory, and if you consider her background, it’s easy to see why. Beginning her career as an interior designer and architect, Ligenza favors sculptural styles that are, in a way, small works of art. No, these hats won’t keep the sun off your face in the Hamptons[2] this summer, but they are likely to incite a little attention—and probably quite a few compliments.



Water from Above[3]
Breathing Works of Art[4]
Plants Up Close[5]

  1. Gabriela Ligenza:
  2. Hamptons:
  3. Water from Above:
  4. Breathing Works of Art:
  5. Plants Up Close:

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