Una carrellata delle possibili interazioni tra il mondo maker e la moda e il vestito, sia attraverso l'uso di laser cut che attraverso l'hackeraggio di vecchie macchine da cucire.
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BY MICHELLE CHEN
@ VOL 28
ON NOV 11, 2016
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Music credit to Melanie Martinez "Mrs. Potato Head"