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Kate Spade NY unveiled an installation of 20 paper wigs in their windows and shops created by Atlanta-based Paper-Cut-Project. The duo, made up of fashion writer Amy Flurry and virtual stylist Nikki Salk created the paper wigs to coincide with Kate Spade’s Lillian Bassman capsule collection and are inspired by the windswept model in Bassman’s famed photograph, “A Touch of Dew.” Below is a video stepping behind the scenes showing their process. Lovely work ladies and thank you for sharing!
With a passion for garment making at a very young age, Julie VonDerVellen has pursued her dream above and beyond the normal means of everyday fabric by challenging herself in engineering garments and objects from handmade paper. She experiments with various techniques that require hours of problem solving to achieve the results that hold true to the nature of her storytelling.
Gonçalo Campos is a is a portuguese product designer who is continuing to explore the possibilities of design through function and material. The OLY Bracelet is disposable paper jewelry free for download as striped or even blank so you can customize yourself.
“Amila Hrustic, a student at the Academy of Fine Arts at the University of Sarajevo, found herself gravitating towards geometry—specifically Platonic solids—during her four years studying product design. Her love affair with the tetrahedron, cube, octahedron, dodecahedron, and icosahedron led to her diploma project, “Plato’s Collection,” a line of dresses that embody the forms’ aesthetic beauty and symmetry. Coupled with Hrustic’s use of black-and-white printed patterns, the end result is a dramatic lineup ideal for fashion editorials or the theatrical stage.” — ecouterre
Inspired by origami, Japanese fashion designer Issey Miyake has developed a clothing line utilizing revolutionary recycled material (fibers) entitled ”132 5. Issey Miyake”, where the garments are designed to expand from two-dimensional geometric shapes into structured shirts, skirts, pants and dresses. Continue reading
Bea Szenfeld… is a phenomenal theatrical fashion designer based out of Sweden. She manipulates paper in such a way that breathes life into these stunning geometrical forms.