At this year's Paris Fashion Week, Dutch designer Iris van Herpen showcased two 3D printed ensembles. One is an elaborate skirt and cape created in collaboration with artist, architect, designer and professor Neri Oxman from MIT's Media Lab, and 3D printed by Stratasys.
(Images credit: Objet)
Objet released a video today, their catwalk backstage interview with the creators: Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen and professor Neri Oxman from the MIT's Media Lab.
In this interview we discover what makes these two extraordinary women tick and how the power of multi-material 3D printing enabled a groundbreaking collaboration for the world of fashion and 3D printing.
The 3D printed skirt and cape were produced using Stratasys' Objet Connex multi-material 3D printing technology, which allows a variety of material properties to be printed in a single build.
Watch the interview below:
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