Macedonian fashion designer Irina Tosheva is no stranger to bright colors and bold patterns, but 3D printing was new to her until her latest collection, which utilized a Zortrax M200 and 2,000 grams of Z-ULTRAT filament to print accessories based on traditional Balkan patterns. Displayed in several recent fashion shows, the 3D printed adornments melded seamlessly with the more traditional fabric designs. Read more at