Iridescent colours are not uncommon in the beetle world. But they are less common in man-made technology. The nano-structures that give this beetle its metallic appearance, are complex. Combine this structural colour with pigments, and there is an astonishing range of colour effects that can be seen on the elytra (wing-covers) of Coleoptera species.
But, using different processes, technologists are working on coatings and fibres that copy these alluring and exciting effects. We have car coatings. Soon we will have textiles, lipstick, hair colours... clothing and fashions are about to get much more eye-catching!
100 years ago technology like this would have been considered impossible. I'm sure I read about this stuff in a sci-fi book back in the late sixties.