Computer Aided Design, (CAD for short) is becoming a fashion player of the future, with even retro starlet Dita Von Teese wearing an astonishing 3D printed dress last month, designed to a computer generated template of her body. Could we soon be printing out the dress of our dreams in our lunch breaks? These are the sorts of questions raised at Layer by Layer, an exhibition hosted by the innovative London College of Fashion. The show takes a look at how CAD will help to create new shapes in clothing, from double helixes to cylinders. Want to know the best part of this event? You can see the future of British fashion in person; a MakerBot Replicator 2 3D printer (which sounds like the kind of thing the Terminator would use to make outfits) will be running throughout the event.