Design Milk runs the gamut when it comes to Style + Fashion, including 3D printed nail art and necklaces that double as vibrators.
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Here are a few Society6 products that recently caught my eye and some of our favorites from the year.
Want to find out how your favorite modern products are made? Take a peek back at 2014's Deconstruction column.
An eye-popping installation including furniture and clothing that focuses on a black and white grid.
To pleat, or not to pleat? That is the question.
The first movable dress 3D printed and ready to wear right out of the printer.
A scarf that looks like a sheet of actual notebook paper. Would you wear it?
A graduate project that consists of stunning, sculptural fashion made with 3D printing.
Designerds will take delight in the graphic stylin' tees from Cotton Bureau.
10 gift picks for the gent in your life that has a keen eye for good design.
International design collective Sans Forms updates with a new line of minimalist, modern graphic t-shirts.
It's the right time of year for Society6 to introduce long-sleeved t-shirts. Get ready to bundle up with some of our faves!
A line of Norwegian furniture and accessories that has a sense of playfulness and whimsy.
Going gaga over Gorman's new clothing collaboration with pattern artist Kate Kosek.
Vík Prjónsdóttir creates a collection of cozy wearable designs out of Icelandic sheep wool that we want to wrap ourselves up in.
Bold, squiggly silkscreen-printed tees from Italian brand NOWAY.