blouse - Vintage from Japan
necklace - c/o Merrin & Gussy
skirt - Vintage
tights - Yoshida
socks - Tutuanna
shoes - Alibaba
Remember my post from about a week ago about how incredible 3D Printing is? Just in case the use of 3D printing to make new organs, or the applications of 3D printing for chocolate technology didn't impress you, yesterday news of a man who had 75% of his skull replaced by a 3D-printed prosthetic was released. The new skull was made by scanning the man's head to generate an accurate 3D replica, and then printed out using a 3D printer. Not only is this new skull made from polyetherketoneketone, a super strong and resistant material, but special details were also added to the structure of the skull to encourage growth of the man's own bone and cells.
We are living in the future. Read more about it here.
Oh! And one more thing before I go today. This is what I woke up to when I switched on my phone this morning (a bad bad habit, checking my emails is the first thing I do every morning now):