Iris Van Herpen, diseñadora de modas graduada en la Artez Art School, empezó en los talleres de diseñadores como Alexander McQueen y Viktor & Rolf, y en 2007 creó su propia marca. Para su coleccion S/S '10 presentó una serie de diseños que fueron aclamados por la critica.
Ahora vuelve con su colección AW 10-11 impulsando su individualidad. Y para quienes dicen que la moda no puede ser arte, creo que tendran que recapacitar.
Iris Van Herpen, fashion designer graduated from the Art School Artez began in the workshops of designers like Alexander McQueen and Viktor & Rolf, and in 2007 created her own brand. For her S/S '10 collection presented a serie of designs that were acclaimed by the critics.
Now she returns with her collection AW 10/11 pushing her individuality. And for those who say that fashion can´t be art, they´ll have to reconsider.
If you are the kind of people who looks for risque accesories, well maybe this article may be interesting for you.
Earlier this year Alexander Wang´s muse, model and style icon Erin Wasson, became a designer by launching her own jewelry line called Low luv. Basically the pieces consist of body chains, so sexy under a t-shirt or a simple dress, rings and some other news.
However, jewelry designer Bliss Lau recently claim Erin´s line is a replica of her 2007 Bliss line.
¿Is it true that Wasson stole Bliss designs? Judge for yourself, in the meantime, you can find this jewelry pieces in stores for $1000, ¿ridiculously expensive?, I know, but let´s not forget we can always count on low-budget shops that are responsible for making replicas of all the designs that some of us (let´s face it) can not afford. Thank god for them!