The World's Most High-Tech, $100K 3D-Printed Dress

Feb. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Could 3D printing redesign the fashion world? Innovative fashion designers are experimenting with the medium to print designs that would otherwise be impossible to manufacture. Designer Michael Schmidt took up the challenge with the creation of a 3D printed mesh gown for Dita Von Teese made of "articulated joints that expand and contract with the undulations of the body." Bloomberg's Cory Johnson reports. (Source: Bloomberg)
China Stock Meltdown Adds Exit-Strategy Conundrum
59:02 - Exit strategies used to be the preoccupation of Pentagon planners. Nowadays, it’s more a province for central bank watchers, since the Federal Reserve gorged on trillions of dollars of mortgage and government debt. Bloomberg's Enda Curran has more on "Trending Business." (Source: Bloomberg)
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