September 19 / 2016 - The extrodinary process exhibition, honoring zaha hadid

Honoring Zaha Hadid, Iris van Herpen shows her LUCID Optical Light installation at the Maison Mais Non gallery in London as part of ‘The Extraordinary Process’ exhibition.

Envisaged through coversations between Hans Ulrich Obrist and exhibition curator Lou Stoppard, with exhibition design by Willliam Pelham, ‘The Extraordinary Process will consider the potential of fashion and architecture to enchance the human condition, and the ways these industries may concptually redefine themselves in the future.

The video above is a detail from the LUCID video created in collaboration with SHOWstudio's Nick Knight, the complete video is shown at the exhibition.

The exhibition is running till November 16th, read more here: www.nytimes.com/2016/09/20/arts/design/zaha-hadid-extraordinary-process.html


September 20 / 2016 - StyleZeitgeist Magazine Pop up Store NY

The Iris Van Herpen Weave shoulderbags, Weave clutches, Weave pouches and the leather lasercut waist-belts are now available at Atelier New York.
They are handmade in a limited edition to celebrate StyleZeitgeist's 10 years anniversary

The Talks interview

Emma Robertson interviews Iris van Herpen for The Talks
"When a garment triggers all your senses then it’s a full experience"

Madame Figaro

Antonia Wesseloh wearing the IVH Seijaku Plissé Couture dress for Madame Figaro
Photography by David Oldham
Styling by Sophie Michaud

L'officiel Paris

Loan Chabanol wearing the Iris Van Herpen Quaquaversal silver-changeant lasercut trousers for L'officiel Paris september issue.
Photography by Mark Pillai
Guest Editor-In-Chief Le Jenke

L'Officiel Brazil

Simone Carvalho wearing several dresses from the IrisVanHerpen Quaquaversal collection for the latest edition of L'Officiel Brazil
Photography by Louise Victoria Reinke

WWD Cover - the new couture

Grand prize of the European Commission

Iris Van Herpen is very pleased to receive the the STARTS - Grand prize of the European Commission honoring Innovation in Technology, Industry and Society stimulated by the Arts.
The prize expressly encourages innovative projects at the interface of science, technology and art.
Photo: Iekeliene Stange, shot by Mathieu Cesar, wearing the 3Dprinted crystal dress in Centre Pompidou


Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology, has announced extended hours for the exhibition during its closing weekend. The show will remain open until midnight on Sept. 2 and 3 before closing for on September 5.

Manus x Machina is the Costume Institute’s second most-attended exhibition, counting more than 664,328 visitors so far.


Iris van Herpen, 3D printed Crystallization top, 2010
Photography by Nicholas Alan Cope, courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.