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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.

Plastic Fantastic: Australian indigenous community 3D prints plastic waste to encourage school attendance  3D printing technology has an undoubtedly far reach within the world being used in many sectors and industries as well as for personal uses in peoples own homes. Sometimes however a story will emerge from somewhere so remote that it reminds us just how far 3D printing technology has reached and makes us appreciate the truly diverse nature of its utility. One such story has recently come…

Plastic Fantastic: Australian indigenous community 3D prints plastic waste to encourage school attendance 3D printing technology has an undoubtedly far reach within the world being used in many sectors and industries as well as for personal uses in peoples own homes. Sometimes however a story will emerge from somewhere so remote that it reminds us just how far 3D printing technology has reached and makes us appreciate the truly diverse nature of its utility. One such story has recently come…

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CONCEALED LAYERS OF PRODUCT LIFE BY RENEE VERHOEVEN

Iris Van Herpen's approach to fashion design melds rapid prototyping and traditional hand sewing techniques to construct a new garment landscape. For her latest collection, Herpen collaborated with Isaie Bloch and MGX to construct architectural looks that utilized 3D printing technology.

Capriole by Iris Van Herpen

Iris Van Herpen's approach to fashion design melds rapid prototyping and traditional hand sewing techniques to construct a new garment landscape. For her latest collection, Herpen collaborated with Isaie Bloch and MGX to construct architectural looks that utilized 3D printing technology.

These 3D-printed accessories by London fashion designer Catherine Wales can be ordered to fit any body shape and printed on demand

These 3D-printed accessories by London fashion designer Catherine Wales can be ordered to fit any body shape and printed on demand

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Haute-couture (aka super fancy fashion) keeps on emerging in 3D printed form

bof: Have you heard? An Iris van Herpen exhibition is coming to the Dallas Museum of Art, showcasing the Dutch designer's signature use of 3D printing.  Did you know? Van Herpen graduated from the Art Institute of Arnhem ArtEZ and worked for Alexander McQueen before launching her own label. And, indeed, there is something of McQueen’s otherworldly imagination in Van Herpen’s work, which caught the attention of France’s Chambre Syndicale de la haute couture, as well as private clients like…

bof: Have you heard? An Iris van Herpen exhibition is coming to the Dallas Museum of Art, showcasing the Dutch designer's signature use of 3D printing. Did you know? Van Herpen graduated from the Art Institute of Arnhem ArtEZ and worked for Alexander McQueen before launching her own label. And, indeed, there is something of McQueen’s otherworldly imagination in Van Herpen’s work, which caught the attention of France’s Chambre Syndicale de la haute couture, as well as private clients like…

ผลงานเสื้อผ้าแฟชั่นล่าสุดจาก Iris van Herpen designer ชาว เนเธอร์แลนด์ ( ชาว ดัทช์ ) เธอจบจาก ARTEZ School of Arts in Arnhem ปี 2006 ผลงานเสื้อผ้าครั้งนี้เป็นงาน 3D printed โดยการนำเทคโนโลยี

ผลงานเสื้อผ้าแฟชั่นล่าสุดจาก Iris van Herpen designer ชาว เนเธอร์แลนด์ ( ชาว ดัทช์ ) เธอจบจาก ARTEZ School of Arts in Arnhem ปี 2006 ผลงานเสื้อผ้าครั้งนี้เป็นงาน 3D printed โดยการนำเทคโนโลยี

Roos Meerman is a product designer from Arnhem, the Netherlands. By using compressed air on heated 3D printed objects she's able to create and experiment with extraordinary shapes.

Roos Meerman is a product designer from Arnhem, the Netherlands. By using compressed air on heated 3D printed objects she's able to create and experiment with extraordinary shapes.

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