Earlier this week, I had the opportunity to check out the High Museum of Art’s first-ever fashion design exhibit with my girl Lisa. We spent the afternoon touring Iris van Herpen’s Transforming Fashion exhibit – full of amazing fashions and the best style inspirations. Not only was this my first time visiting The High (except for lunch or #happyhour at Table 1280) but, y’all, this exhibit is everything a girl could want/dream/drool over.
Featuring 45 outfits from 15 of van Herpen’s collections, the exhibition is a celebration of the art of fashion design — such a cool perspective and totally different than wha I’m used to. The coolest past? The exhibit features some of the world’s first examples of 3D-printed fashion. The pieces were so beautiful and unique and I seriously obsessed over all of the cool patterns and materials van Herpen used (think magnets, umbrella ribs and synthetic boat rigging!). Cool fat: her designs have been worn by Björk, Lady Gaga, Beyoncé, and have been seen on the runways of Amsterdam, London and Paris. Ummm, talk about #goals. She is seriously amazing and definitely #TransformingFashion.
Live in Atlanta? Check out the exhibit for yourself through May 15th!
This post is sponsored by The High Museum of Art; however, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.