Explore Iris Van Herpen, Irises, and more!

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Crystallization by Iris van Herpen, Daniel Widrig and .MGX by Materialise, Amsterdam International Fashion Week.

Mark Goldenberg is fascinated with birds

woven-details Wearable Art - sculptural bird inspired dress with woven skeletal structure - architectural fashion design // Mark Goldenberg

Paris Fashion Traveler #Avant Garde #fashion

avant garde couture fashion art work from paper craft fairytale Snow Queen paper dress

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Punk Organic Fashion - Swedish designer Sandra Backlund gives her organic and sculptural fashion collections funky names like, “Ink Blot Testâ&eu.

Winde Rienstra SS12 | Future Fashion | detail | structure | design | style | futuristic | wearable art | high fashion | couture | Schomp BMW

Presented on 13 July at Amsterdam Fashion Week by fashion designer Winde Rienstra, the collection explores the concept of human energy, which becomes tangible via clothing.

I don’t know what exactly is happening with the texture here, but I like it. (via DYNAMIC PERCEPTION)

Sculptural Textures - a beautiful use of structured fabric manipulation to create dramatic, dimensional surface detail; fashion as art

Sculptural Fashion - dress form with 3d patterned construct; wearable fashion sculpture; fabric manipulation by patsy

Sculptural Fashion - dress form with patterned construct; fabric manipulation by patsy

Liangchao Shao - experiment - bracelet - straw (BIAD)   www.shao-design.com/

Recycled Fashion - sculptural cuff bangle made from plastic straws; I want to see the entire straw outfit!

Something that you would find in the Capital!!

maghali: “ Camille Cortet - Birds and Seduction ” “Bird&Seduction accessory collection is a wearable collection of collars made out of textile and coated paper” “ Translation ❜ Bird and seduction The.

Architectural Fashion- Alexandra Verschueren, 2009. WHO WOULD WEAR THIS?!?!

Bad Design Wearable Art - experimental fashion design with connective structure - fashion architecture;

Haute Couture | Iris van Herpen Repinned by www.fashion.net

If wearable art had just one poster child, we bet it’d be Iris van Herpen. Her creations fuse craftsmanship and futurism to such a bewildering extent that even the future looks dated.

The fashion commentariat is proclaiming Iris Van Herpen the next Alexander McQueen. With Capriole, her Fall/Winter collection, it’s easy to see why.