white fashion with highlights: inspiration for editorial photography | Fashion + Photography | Iris Van Herpen | Photo @ I'm into Forest |

white fashion with highlights: inspiration for editorial photography | Fashion + Photography | Iris Van Herpen | Photo @ I'm into Forest |

Iris van Herpen 3D printed dress with amazing sculptural texture detail; fashion technology

Iris van Herpen 3D printed dress with amazing sculptural texture detail; fashion technology

3D-printed fabric with elaborate textures & monochrome pattern - innovative textiles design; organic fashion // Iris van Herpen

3D-printed fabric with elaborate textures & monochrome pattern - innovative textiles design; organic fashion // Iris van Herpen


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Nature is one of the major sources of inspiration for designers. For nature offers a great deal of colours, materials and patterns to start off with. And,

Nature is one of the major sources of inspiration for designers. For nature offers a great deal of colours, materials and patterns to start off with. And,

Iris van Herpen is a Dutch fashion designer. She studied Fashion Design at Artez Institute of the Arts Arnhem and interned at Alexander McQueen in London, and Claudy Jongstra in Amsterdam. In 2007, she started her own label.

Iris van Herpen is a Dutch fashion designer. She studied Fashion Design at Artez Institute of the Arts Arnhem and interned at Alexander McQueen in London, and Claudy Jongstra in Amsterdam. In 2007, she started her own label.

Fashion designer Iris van Herpen is a talent to watch with her avant garde take on fashion, and stints at Victor & Rolf and Alexander Mcqueen under her belt. For her last collection, Iris translates the concept of mummification into intricate techniques of wrapping and twisting cords of gold, bronze, and cream leather to form her garments. The result is a breathtakingly sculptural collection.

Fashion designer Iris van Herpen is a talent to watch with her avant garde take on fashion, and stints at Victor & Rolf and Alexander Mcqueen under her belt. For her last collection, Iris translates the concept of mummification into intricate techniques of wrapping and twisting cords of gold, bronze, and cream leather to form her garments. The result is a breathtakingly sculptural collection.

Sculptural Fashion - dimensional tiered leather pattern construct; wearable art // Crystallization collection, Iris van Herpen

Iris Van Herpen

Sculptural Fashion - dimensional tiered leather pattern construct; wearable art // Crystallization collection, Iris van Herpen

Dutch designer Iris van Herpen constructs futuristic fashion using a 3D printer to show the cutting edge of haute couture. ☀

Dutch designer Iris van Herpen constructs futuristic fashion using a 3D printer to show the cutting edge of haute couture. ☀

Iris Van Herpen...otherworldly. http://www.usebristol.com.br/

Iris Van Herpen...otherworldly. http://www.usebristol.com.br/

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