Iris van Herpen: Sculpting the Senses | Author: Iris van Herpen

Iris van Herpen Sculpting the Senses offers an overview of Iris van Herpen's work over the past 16 years. It not only shows the most iconic designs, but also explores her forward-looking vision of fashion on a deeper level. On the basis of 100 dresses, it becomes clear how much the designer challenges our vision of Haute Couture. Sculpting the Senses immerses you in Van Herpen's sensory universe and unites fashion, contemporary art, design and science on the basis of nine themes that together form the essence of Van Herpen's work. With a foreword by actress Tilda Swinton!

Iris van Herpen founded her fashion house in 2007. Known for her blend of technology and traditional craftsmanship and for her vision of fashion as an interdisciplinary language and dynamic entity, she now belongs to the Federation de la Haute Couture. Her collaborations are also distinctive, including with sculptor Anthony Howe, architect Philip Beesley and artist Casey Curran.

Hardcover
33 x 25cm


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