Dutch-born designer Iris van Herpen once again was a highlight of Haute Couture Week spring 2020 presentations in Paris where she shows as a guest member of the Parisian Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture.
Titled “Sensory Seas,” the collection of 22 looks effortless joined the worlds of art, fashion and technology. Flowing with movement, garments were inspired by the central nervous system as expressed through marine animals, underpinned by the illustrations of Spanish neuroscientist Santiago Ramón y Cajal.
The backdrop for the presentation featured light sculptures by artist Paul Friedlander, while the garments were made in collaboration with architect Philip Beesley, and painters Shelee Carruthers and Perry Hall.
Have a look at Van Herpen’s incredible presentation below.