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Offline reberca

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Though most brides dream of their one-off mermaid wedding dresses 2015 being hand sewn by designer couturiers, that could soon be a thing of the past.

One company in China is now making 3D printed bridal dresses.

Unveiled at the TCT + Personalize Asia exhibition Shanghai this weekend, the dresses have been created using advanced technologies and nylon powder, rather than silks, lace and chiffon.

But despite their less-than-luxury beginnings, the designers claim the dresses are soft to touch, comfortable to wear and durable too.

Created by Chinese 3D printing specialists Xuberance, who also make ties, hair pins, jewellery and home accessories using the technology, the dresses could signal fashion of the future.

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