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New York Fashion Week, Materialised
New York Fashion Week 2013 has come to an end. As fashion media start sharing highlights from the runway, we take a moment to look at some of the boundary-pushing contributions made by 3D Printing.
Iris van Herpen Debuts Wearable 3D Printed Pieces at Paris Fashion Week
For her latest collection, Iris Van Herpen channelled ‘wearable myth’ into two new 3D Printed collaborations. Incorporating organic patterns to enhance the body, it’s a new level in wearable prints.
Iris Van Herpen’s “Hybrid Holism” Unveiled at Paris Fashion Week
Inspired by Philip Beesley’s “Hylozoic Ground” project, Iris Van Herpen teamed up with Materialise to create a 3D Printed dress evoking a “living” connection of human creations with natural systems.
Materialise Kicks Off RAPID 2012 with the 3D FABulous Fashion Show
The RAPID 2012 Conference and Exposition started off with a bang with the 3D FABulous Fashion Show that showcased designs that redefined how we think about fashion.
Materialise’s Wilfried Vancraen at TEDxLeuven
On March 29th, 2012, Materialise’s founder and CEO Wilfried Vancraen took to the TEDxLeuven stage to discuss the power of 3D Printing to create a better quality of life for all.
Hats Off to a Unique Fashion Show at the Materialise World Conference
After a day of listening to inspiring speakers, attendees at 2011's Materialise World Conference were treated to a unique fashion show, with a 3D Printed twist.
Murray Moss, the V&A, and Materialise
Have you ever asked yourself, “Where have I been?” Renowned curator Murray Moss talks about how 3D Printing inspired his own answer to this question, and how it’s shaping his vision of the future.
A World Where Imaginations Can Soar
Encouraged to push their creative limits and ignore ‘impossible’ construction barriers, ten designers took part in a special workshop to see how 3D Printing can transform their artistic potential.
Iris Van Herpen’s “Escapism”
Haute Couture Week for Autumn/Winter 2011 showed that fashion would never be the same, as Iris Van Herpen’s new collection transformed the idea of digital escapism into a literal fantasy.