Iris Van Herpen's Fall 2011 Collection is Eloquent

By: Carly Foy - Published: Jul 11, 2011 • References: veraciria & thegloss
Iris Van Herpen's Fall 2011 collection is truly gravity-defying.

The Dutch designer used 3-D rapid laser prototyping techniques to create her couture designs. Her palette was a basic monochromatic style with hints of deep gray, brown and metallics. The most notable piece would be the mini-dress that was showcased near the finale. The dress had around what looked to be water, making it gravity-defying.

The Iris Van Herpen's Fall 2011 collection shows her talent as well as her expertise. The Dutch designer was known for working with late fashion designer Alexander McQueen.

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