Posts tagged ‘Iris van Herpen’

25 January 2013

Voltage by Iris Van Herpen

Voltage is the title of Iris van Herpen‘s latest couture collection. 2 outfits are actually 3D printed flexible outfits. The first one is a cape and skirt, which is a collaboration with Neri Oxman from MIT’s Media Lab. The second one is a black dress, a collaboration with the architect Julia Koerner. Both use a different 3D printing technique to achieve these result. The rest of the collection is also worth a look, it’s not like anything else out there.





Via today and tomorrow.

28 July 2011

Capriole by Iris Van Herpen

It’s not my first post about this fashion designer, Iris Van Herpen… Many of her dresses are 3d printed. I appreciate a lot her work, very unique, architectural and super delicate. A master work of Haute Couture.

Via yatzer.

14 March 2011

Invisible Shoe by Andreia Chaves

Dans la même lignée que les robes de Iris van Herpen, voici des chaussures imprimées en 3d, par Andreia Chaves.

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In the same vein as Iris van Herpen‘s dresses, here are some shoes printed in 3d, by Andreia Chaves.

Brazilian Fashion designer Andreia Chaves has created a series of 3D-printed shoes in collaboration with Amsterdam rapid prototyping studio Freedom of Creation.

The collection includes a pair covered in a mirrored shell, called Invisible Shoe, and another where the nude leather upper is visible through the same 3D-printed framework.

Via dezeen.

5 February 2011

3D printed Escapism couture collection by Iris van Herpen for .MGX

For Escapism, her spring/ summer 2011 collection, [Iris van Herpen] partnered with the 3-D printing service i.materialise to generate thousands of strips of plastic, each cut using a selective laser sintering machine. The strips were then arranged into clothing, according to designs van Herpen created digitally. None of these forms would’ve been possible — not the armor-like tulip skirt nor the ostentatious epaulets that put the French Republican Guard to shame — without rapid-prototyping technology. […]

Via Co.Design.

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