I find the dutch fashion couturier Iris Van Herpen's fashion interesting. I know her works not really made to be worn in real life or on the red carpet, but there is real invention in her work and I like it very much. Her works is amazing and she doesn't copy anyone. It is all about personal. It's very expensive to make and I don't know how she manages to get on, so I admire that.
The Crystallization Water Dress by Iris Van Herpen is one of my favorite. Photographer Nick Knight captured the model, Daphne Guinness being splashed with black and clear water, then Iris Van Herpen used the imagery to produce a one-off haute couture piece that will resemble flowing water. From Iris Van Herpen's inspirations, techniques and aspirations, you can feel that her work is much more than just couture fashion but a series of artworks.
"Water is always changing its shape, colors and reflection. It's something beautiful and uncontrollable."