Michael Schmidt has made clothing out of Legos, crystal, and razor blades. Now he's set himself the challenge of creating a 3-D printed, powdered plastic dress that moves with the body -- the body of Dita Von Teese. Rose Apodaca talks to the designer about his life and amazing costumes. And a "Wilshire Boulevard Story" looks at a landmark in transition: the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Edward Lifson and Michael Govan talk about Peter Zumthor's plans for an "inkblot" on the landscape.
Michael Schmidt and a 3-D Printed Dress with Va-Va-Voom
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Michael Schmidt Makes a 3-D Printed Dress
Michael Schmidt has spent decades cladding Cher, Madonna, Lady Gaga and other supernovas in stunning costumes made of materials that don’t fit the usual definition of...