Dutch Fashion Designer Iris Van Herpen’s Show has Robots Weaving, Printing Dresses

Dutch Fashion Designer Iris Van Herpen’s Show has Robots Weaving, Printing Dresses

Dutch fashion designer Iris Van Herpen revealed 3D-printed garments that have wowed audiences and the world altogether. The collection garnered attention for more reasons than one; firstly it was a uniquely done collection using robots to make the garments live and secondly it was participated in by Game of thrones actress Gwendoline Christie. While the designer is famous for her 3D printed designs, this show grabbed more eyeballs as the actress lay on a circular plinth that was surrounded by three robotic arms. These robotic arms combined 3D printing, laser cutting and weaving to create a circular dress live during Dutch fashion designer Iris Van Herpen’s Spring Summer 2016 show.

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Iris van Herpen also impressed with footwear collection named Airborne, developed in collaboration with Finsk. They featured a thin platform to create the illusion of the wearer being suspended above ground.

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