How a 3D-printed fur coat will be the next big trend

Posted October 03, 2018 12:19:09A new design from a startup that’s looking to change the way animals are created and dressed has caught the eye of fashion influencers like the designer Jazmine Riehl.

The company, Machine Coat, says it’s designed fur coats that are not only practical but also visually appealing.

The idea is that the coat is made from natural fabrics that are designed to have a natural appearance, with natural fibers woven into the fabric to achieve the look.

Machine Coat founder and CEO Aaron Cappella said the coat can be used as a sleeping or sitting garment, or it can be put on top of a fur headband to create a head cover.

The company’s first coat, the “Kaiju Fur Coat,” is being offered for $1,400 and has a price tag of $2,000.

Machine coat was founded by a trio of friends in 2016 and is still growing.

It has now raised $1 million in funding and has just launched its first production run of its new “KAIJU” coat.

It also has a crowdfunding campaign that has already exceeded its $1.5 million goal.

Cappella, who is currently a partner at Digital Foundry, has worked on projects for brands like Burberry and Victoria’s Secret.

He also worked on the “Terraria” game, which is due out this year.

He said he wanted to create something that was a more functional alternative to fur coats, so he decided to build a prototype that he and his friends could test out before starting a production run.

The coat is the company’s second coat that is made with natural fabrics.

The first coat was made with synthetic fabrics, which made it more expensive, and it was difficult to test.

“I think the most important thing is that this is a company that is trying to change how we create and create our designs,” he said.

“If they’re not going to change it, it’s not going be an option for us.”

The coat will cost $2.95 and has two designs.

The “Kiki” version features a fluffy coat made from synthetic fibers, while the “Goro” version has a more traditional design with fur.

Both of the coats are available in two sizes.

Machine Coat also offers the “Ebonite” and “Kraken” versions of its “Kajan,” a fur coat that features a more rugged design.

The two coats have a price of $4,200 and $3,000, respectively.

The new “Trolly” version of the coat has a sleek design, but the coat costs $2 and $1 per coat.

Capella said he is excited to be in the space and sees a lot of potential in the coat business.

“The idea that there’s a place where you can create a product and sell it and be successful is really interesting to me,” he explained.

“I think a lot is happening in the design space right now, but I’m also excited to see how far we can go and what kind of direction we can take this.”

Machine Coat is the second company in the field of fur coats to launch in the last month.

The original Machine Coat had a crowdfunding page that has been going since June.

The campaign has raised nearly $2 million, but it’s unclear how much more it will be able to raise before the company needs to move on.

Machine coat will likely be available in stores starting October 10, according to Cappellas team.

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