Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen creates refined, futuristic collections with a combination of delicate handwork, digital technologies and innovative materials. She uses 3D-printed and interactive clothing to explore the possibilities that new technologies offer in terms of form and movement.
For this exhibition she has created an installation in which a 3D-printed dress gradually forms with the aid of a magnetic liquid - ferrofluid - that drips onto the waistline of the dress. "The waist of the 3D-printed dress has a structure of open lines, into which I allow ferrofluid to drip from above. Magnets ensure that the
Video on the occasion of the exhibition 'The Future of Fashion is Now', on display until January 18, 2015.