The aesthetics of virtual futures: Iris Van Herpen. Paris – Haute Couture 2017

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(Image from Vogue.com  All credit)

A geometric surrealism is what Iris Van Herpen has pioneered with her clothing designs.   Utilizing Thermoplastic Polyurethane (above creation is 3d printed plexiglass), a flexible and durable material used in creating 3d garments.  She builds a construct that is visually striking and immersive within new realities.  A fusion of the human and alien-structuralist form, created by three dimensional modeling and printed into formation.  A technological process created by machines, inspired by human ideas.

Also to be noted, pointed out by the incredibly talented and visionary shoe designer Peter Popps (www.peterpopps.com), are the shoes designed by Carolin Nini Holzhuber.

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