Design studio Continuum, which specialises in “user-designed fashion”, is now selling shoes made with a 3D printer. Get either a pair of pumps or some sandals from the Strvct line of footwear; colours, styles and heel lengths are totally customisable.
Shoes include a patent leather inset with a textured rubber-coated bottom, which makes for somewhat wearable conversation pieces. (They don’t look super comfortable, though.) At $900 a pair though, you better be committed.
Continuum also sells 3D-printed bikinis under its N12 line, which seem like a less painful experiment in print-out fashion:
Continuum does its printing through Shapeways, where you can find still more 3D-printed paraphernalia with which to ornament yourself. Turnaround time is between two and four weeks. If all this, price, time or style-wise, is still too chic for you, you can always just wait until the Makerbot’s launched a fashion printer.