Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen has created this stunning dress for Daphne Guinness, modelled on splashing water. Photographer Nick Knight used a high speed cameras to capture black and clear water thrown at the fashion goddess, which Iris then used to produce this one-off couture piece resembling flowing water. ”The water-dress symbolises for me the incomprehensible magic of the body,” says van Herpen. “I often wonder if we will keep on wearing fabrics in future, or if dressing will become something non-material, something that is visible, but not tangible or touchable.” SHOWstudio has been streaming the project live since April 3, which culminated today with Knight shooting Guinness in the completed outfit. SHOWstudio will exhibit the dress at its new gallery space SHOWcabinet in June, then present the project at the Centre Pompidou in Paris later in the year.