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Brief Published: 9 Jun 2011

Laser Cut Swimwear by Lemonbow


Seamless swimwear designers Romy Van den Broek and Ellis Droog – the names behind German swimwear label Lemonbow – recently unveiled their innovative laser-cut designs at the International Design Festival in Berlin.

Using 3D digital-printing techniques and lasers to cut the fabric, Lemonbow creates stylish swimwear without any seams or stitches. The duo has created design applications that allow personalisation of their swimwear to suit the customers exact measurements – simply by changing the input on the mechanical laser.  The lack of seams results in a flattering comfortable fit. There are currently six bikinis and one-pieces in the Lemonbow portfolio – with bows, cut-out detail and buckles adding detail to the sleek designs.