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Fashion with Futuristic Flair | Iris Van Herpen

Looking at a photo for Celine Dion, the title reads how thin she is, my thoughts were ‘What an amazing Dress!!’, I liked it so much. It’s smart and Elegant, most importantly, it tells how imaginative the designer is. Who is she?

Iris Van Herpen.

The Dutch fashion designer studied at ArtEZ University of the Arts, and lives in Amsterdam. Herpen started her fashion label in 2007. Her designs have been characterized as fantasy couture.

She is famous for using 3D printing as a garment construction technique. Through her designs she tries to blend the past and the future, the traditional couture craftsmanship alongside technology. Herpen has dressed many celebrities like Tilda Swinton, Cara Delvingne, Daphne Guinness, Miley Cyrus, Gwendoline Christie, Fan Bing Bing, Lady Gaga, Naomi Campbell. In films, she dressed Scarlet Johannsson in ‘Lucy’.

The body and female forms are my canvas to visualize the invisible, shaping a continuous dance between craftsmanship and innovation – Iris Van Herpen

The Question is ‘Can you imagine yourself wearing similar clothes and walking in the street, soon we all might like it? I can!

Iris Van Herpen on the Web

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Here are some images of her designs

And the winning dress is 🙂

Moda Bastet aims to support the fashion industry, if you see a photograph that belongs to you on this site, it’s because I thought it is awesome. If the photograph is missing a link, I have not been able to find you and need you to get in touch so it can be credited correctly. However, if you don’t want to share it, I will gladly remove anything you ask me to, so please let me know. You can get in touch through the contact form.

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