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REJINA PYO combines graphic inspirations, unexpected colours from abstract art with an elegant, subtle femininity. Collection is shown in London Fashion Week.

Using 3D printing to create couture with unprecedented results (Cool Hunting).

Fashion X Technology: Daniel Widrig

The fashion commentariat is proclaiming Iris Van Herpen the next Alexander McQueen. With Capriole, her Fall/Winter collection, it’s easy to see why.

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Photography duo JUCO dive into optical art for this Schön! Throwing senses and perception into disarray, stylists JAK fashions illusions on model Aspen Gerasimova.


Sculptural Fashion Construction with rounded silhouette extended sleeves // Ernesto Naranjo


Bast Magazine June 2013 - Gabriel’s Dissonance Model: Echo Nittolitto Makeup and Hair: Hayley Kassel Stylist: Mirey Enverova Stylist Assistant: Agnes Hamerlik Photographer: Kayoua Xion Garments by Michele Castellano. Shoes by D.

with creation as her sword

with creation as her sword

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Richard Sun Fashion architecture I like the idea of the bodycon dress being contrasted with colour and shape with the overlay of the manipulated thinned fabric. It seems to be made with a vary of techniques such as printing, pleated fabric, tulle.

Alexandra Verschueren –  collection that revolved around the designer’s medium, paper. Inspired by the work of artist Thomas Demand, she folded and cut the fabric in ways that remind paper. (Antwerp 2009)


Wearable Art - bold fashion with experimental construction resembling pop-up architecture - sculptural fashion design;


Draping on the stand - fashion design, dress development - moulage; pattern making; garment construction techniques DRAPE FOR VINTAGE

U R B A N. F L A V O U R S.

Architectural Fashion - paper dress with complex folded structure and textures - origami fashion;

#ranitasobanska #fashion #inspirations Jacquemus Fall 2014 //

Jacquemus at Paris Fashion Week Fall 2014