• Breaking the Dress Code
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    In November 2019, a San Francisco businessman spent $9,500 on a dress for his wife. Apart from its hefty price tag, you may be wondering why the fuss over a long-sleeved maxi dress with an iridescent cape? For one thing, the dress does not exist, not in real life at least; it is a 3D-rendered digital garment that is "worn" by superimposing it onto a photograph of its wearer.

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