Julia Koerner’s characteristic, organic designs with a futuristic connotation occupy a spe-cial position in the fashion world, not only in an aesthetic respect. The architect, fashion and product designer produces as spectacularly as she designs and is viewed as a pioneer in the 3D-printing of fashion and products. The graduate of the University of Applied Arts Vienna, who lives between the USA and Austria, contributed 3D-printed costumes to the Marvel Comics film Black Panther and achieved international recognition with her work for Haute Couture fashion labels, including Iris van Herpen. As of 7 May, Julia Koerner will start the new (Con)temporary Fashion Showcase series in the Geymüllerschlössel and will show select handbags and garments produced with a 3D-printing procedure in the cupola room of the MAK branch. 
Saturdays and Sundays, 10 am–6 pm

Lara Steinhäußer, Curator, MAK Textiles and Carpets Collection

MAK Geymüllerschlössel