Iris van Herpen is no stranger to 3D print fashion experimentation and stuns fans again with her latest womenswear range. The collection explores artistic lines and shapes and is titled 'Terraforming.' In addition to her 3D print fashion aesthetic, the designer also experiments with laser cutting and crystal adorning techniques for her Fall/Winter 2015 collection and works in collaboration with architect Philip Beesley to bring her vision to life.
Resembling pieces of wearable art, Iris van Herpen's garments are sculptural and visually striking in their look. They range from textural dresses to intricately constructed tops that are modeled after ancient armor. Iris also works with additive technology experts Aleksandra Gaca and Nortaka Tatehana to create the collection's custom textiles and accessory pieces.
Sculptural 3D Print Fashion
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