Shop window mannequins have come a long way. Originally produced from wax, they have now become a field of application for new technologies while wax dolls are nowadays more associated with wax figure cabinets by Madame Tussaud. How are modern mannequins produced?
Innovation is king!
Today 3D printing is used to producemannequins. This new technology accelerates the manufacturing process. In addition, it also developing sculpturesthat are precisely adapted to the customer's wishes. The only limit is the one you set yourself. Thanks to 3D modelling all sculptures can first be designed using a computer program, which savestime and money.
Everything in lacquer
After printing, mannequins are lacquered. In addition to traditional layers in white and black, matt or shiny, it is also possible to produce mannequins in modern concrete or elegant porcelain look and adapt them to any fashion collection and style.
Dolls with character
Female and male mannequins made this way still need the finishing touch, which is given to them in the wig and make-up studio. Here every doll gets its character. Long eyelashes, thin eyebrows, red lips or imaginatively made-up eyelids - a talented artist can create any make-up on the doll's face and breathe life into the plastic sculpture. A carefully fitted wig accentuates the overall look. A mannequin personalized in such a way emphasizes the special character of each fashion collection.