The world’s first zero-waste, the cruelty-free skirt that initially existed in digital form as a 3D-printable file. This skirt is printed on large-format professional 3D printers according to the customized design meeting the needs of its future owner. The method of 3D printed clothing production invented by the American designer Julia Daviy produces nearly zero-waste in the creation of clothing. The patterns are printed with TPE materials using FDM 3D printing technology. TPE, thermoplastic elastomers, can be recycled nearly up to 100%.