Flexible 3D Printed Fashion Hits the Catwalk with Iris van Herpen, Julia Koerner and Materialise (Video)

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Iris van Herpen has once again taken 3D Printed fashion to new heights with her latest Paris Haute Couture show: Voltage. In this video, you will see the "making of" one her latest printed designs; created in collaboration with Austrian architect Julia Koerner and 3D printed by Materialise. Although it was not Iris van Herpen's first 3D printed dress to go down the catwalk (it is the 9th printed here at Materialise), this dress was special as it marked the premier of a new material: TPU! TPU, which is both flexible and strong, is now available at Materialise.
By MaterialiseGroup

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