The show will celebrate contemporary lace designs by 14 international brands including Chanel and Yiqing Yin.
Through another tie-up with the University of Technology in the Netherlands, van Herpen is helping to advance 3-D printing and other techniques.
The artist has collaborated on an opera featuring costumes by the Dutch designer, and has a project likely to involve Tisci in the works.
Laarman compared the Digital Age movement to the beginning of Modernism but one that is much more about organic form and gradients.
The Dutch designer marked her decade in fashion with a day of aural discoveries, and the sparkling company of friends and crystals.
The Costume Institute’s “Masterworks: Unpacking Fashion” reminds visitors of the evolution of fashion.
The exhibit, titled “The Extraordinary Process” was developed last year by the late Zaha Hadid and Design Research Lab founder Patrik Schumacher.
Paris couture week is set to run from Jan. 24 to 29, 2016.