Iris van Herpen collaborated with New York company .MGX by Materialise and artist Daniel Widrig to create 3D printed clothes.
Created as part of her Spring/Summer 2010 collection called Crystallization, the designs were inspired by the transformation of liquid into crystals.
The piece was unveiled as a preview at
Amsterdam International Fashion Week last month and is the first of three pieces to be shown at London Fashion Week in September.
Above: shoes are by Iris van Herpen X United Nude
Here's some more information from van Herpen:
Iris van Herpen will be showing a 10-piece preview of her SS11 collection ‘Crystallization’ at the Opening Soiree of the Amsterdam International Fashion Week. This preview is an unique opportunity to get a glimpse of her entire collection, which will be showed in September at the London Fashion Week.
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This project is featured in
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11 August 2010
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