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Дизайнерские пиксельные туфли от архитектора и фэшн-дизайнера Фрэнсиса Битонти. Подробнее: http://www.rdh.ru/site/dizayn/3684--dizaynerskie_pikselnye_toofli_ot_frensisa_bitonti/  #francisbitonti #ditavonteese #3dпечать

Francis Bitonti creates pixellated shoes using cellular automaton. ⬆ Selected by Atelier Avec Vue

Iris van Herpen (Dutch, born 1984), Magnetic Motion, Dress, September 2014. In collaboration with Niccolò Casas and 3D Systems. 3-D-printed transparent photopolymer and stereolithography resin. High Museum of Art, Atlanta, purchase with funds from the Decorative Arts Acquisition Trust and through prior acquisitions, 2015.82. Photo by Bart Oomes, No 6 Studios

Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen is known for using printing in her designs. Just last week, Atlanta’s High Museum of Art debuted an exhibition dedicated to van Herpen’s designs called Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion.

UNITED NUDE × Iris Van Herpen platform transparent wedges shoes

For when i'm feeling freaky. The United Nude x Iris van Herpen collaboration is remarkable.

Iris van Herpen...http://pinterest.com/blkberrycastle/blackberry-castle-photography-tm/

Bizarre 3D Garments

Wearable Art, "London architect Daniel Widrig has collaborated with fashion designer Iris van Herpen and digital manufacturers .MGX by Materialise to create a collection of digitally printed clothing" narrative from website, headdress is by Stephen Jones

Capriole by Iris van Herpen

Fashion designer Iris van Herpen is widely recognized as one of fashion’s most talented and forward-thinking creators who continuously pushes the boundaries of fashion design.

3D printed shoes by Iris van Herpen and Rem D Koolhaas

3D printed shoes by Iris van Herpen and Rem D Koolhaas

Fashion designer Iris van Herpen and shoe designer Rem D Koolhaas have collaborated to create shoes that look like tree roots.

Iris van Herpen exhibition at the International Centre for Lace and Fashion

printed dress by Iris van Herpen, with architect Isaie Bloch and Materialise, from "Micro" collection exhibition at Groninger Museum - Photo Bart Oomes/No 6 Studios

Emanuela Duca: ' Roman Cuff', Blackened silver and diamonds by

Emanuela Duca's Roman Cuff - raw feel with the random specs of diamonds. Would add edge to any simple outift.


Crystallization water dress by Iris van Herpen

Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen will create a dress modelled on splashing water during a live week-long broadcast for fashion film website SHOWstudio next month