Dutch designer Iris van Herpen has been known to use technology to push the fashion world into the future--a crazy future full of 3-D printed designs that look more like architecture than clothing.
Her latest collection brings 3-D printing to Paris Fashion Week. For VOLTAGE, van Herpen collaborated with 3-D printing manufacturers, an architect and a professor from MIT's Media Lab. Her multi-material skirt-and-cape combo and a lacy dress made using laser sintering launch high fashion into a whole new dimension.
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How flamable are the clothes? I am just curious.
Anyone here ever been walking on the beach and come across a decaying weeks dead fish? In particular the fish ski after the sand and gulls have pulled all the scales off?
Hold that image in your mind, then look at the cover pic again.
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bombastinator -- pretty good description :)
Tech is great, but the styles seem well -- odd. But then, so does a lot of the high profile runway stuff.