She titled her fall collection “Hacking Infinity” and said it was inspired by terraforming, or the process of transforming the biosphere of other planets to make them like Earth.
— March 10, 2015
Iris van Herpen showed outfits that spanned the boundaries between clothing, art installation and scientific experiment for her spring collection.
— September 30, 2014
The designer delivered a selection of shimmering silver and black dresses that gracefully pooled like liquid around the body.
— March 4, 2014
The designer’s first ready-to-wear presentation showed an ominous, yet compelling, vision of a technocentric future.
— October 1, 2013
British milliner Stephen Jones was among the guests at the show.
— July 1, 2013
The designer sent out metallic, shell-like structures that engulfed the upper body, as well as a kimono dress with fragile cutout patterns.
Renowned for her use of innovational techniques, the Dutch designer produced what she referred to as “the first 3-D-printed flexible dresses.”
— January 21, 2013
The designer’s spooky, alien creations looked as though they were about to swallow their wearer whole.
— July 2, 2012
Models hit the runway encaged in short dresses made of metallic and rhodoïd strips that swirled or spiked around their bodies like computer-generated plants.
— January 24, 2012
Replacing needle and thread for 3-D rapid laser prototyping techniques, this was very much a futuristic vision of couture.
— July 4, 2011