Iris van Herpen This inspired Van Herpen to design a dress that would fall around the wearer like a splash of water, like being immersed in a warm bath, and to express in the collection the different states, structures and patterns of water. Noteworthy is that in this collection Van Herpen presents her first 3D-print that she created in collaboration with the London-based architect Daniel Widrig and that was printed by .MGX by Materialise.
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Big curved unevenly spaced organic feminine lines combined with straight diagonal and horizontal and short curved ones create a bold and an exciting look. TRENDWATCH : PRINTED FASHION COLLECTION BY TAL DRORI / 01 SEP 2014 @ PM