Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen works with cutting-edge materials and techniques, in particular exploring how 3D printing can be harnessed to make clothing.
This year she made headlines when she used robots to print a dress over a Game of Thrones actress during a runway show, and presented a collection of accessories that were distorted by powerful magnets.
By contrast, her Autumn Winter 2016 collection featured garments resembling "bubble-like exoskeletons" made of laser-cut materials connected by plastic tubes.
The second most popular post about van Herpen was our tag of all her work, suggesting that students are eagerly googling her and researching her work.
1. Iris van Herpen uses robots to print and weave a dress over Game of Thrones actress
2. Tag: Iris van Herpen
3. Iris van Herpen uses 3D printing and magnets to form Spring Summer 2015 fashion collection
4. Iris van Herpen creates "bubble-like exoskeleton" dresses for Autumn Winter 2016 collection
5. Crystallisation water dress by Iris van Herpen