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Iris Van Herpen, SS21 couture The visionary Dutch designer Iris Van Herpen is a voracious researcher, whose works exist at the nexus of art, science and fashion. In her couture collection for Spring-Summer 2021, the Amsterdam-based designer reproduced the fluttery moves of deep-sea organisms. Centred on the movement, the collection offered breathing, reverberating, flowy garments. Image source: Pinterest
Set design for the Balenciaga AW2020 show evoking the interior of the European Parliament. Image source: wallpaper.com
The Milan-based NM3 studio upholds the venerated traditions of the Italian postwar design with their minimalist and streamlined creations. In 2021, the studio crafted a set of clean-cut metallic chairs and a table for the newly opened Sunnei headquarters. Made of shiny steel and delightfully lightweight, the set can be seen in their sunlit garden. NM3 for Sunnei headquarters in Milan, 2021 Image source: wallpaper.com
Tyrrel Winston, R.O.I., 2019 Image source: Photography by Sue Kwon courtesy of the artist and Library Street Collective Tyrrel Winston @tyrrellwinston is a New York-based artist who became famous for his neat and geometrical arrangements of found objects. With a predilection for the used and discarded, Winston creates compositions that consist of deflated basketballs and cigarette butts. Created with an unwavering affection for NYC and its neighbourhoods, his installations invite thoughts about the stories behind the now-discarded objects.