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⍙ Pour la Tête ⍙ hats, couture headpieces and head art - feather statement:

Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen Spring/Summer 2011

Alexander McQueen’s Spring/Summer 2011 ready-to-wear collection. Inspiration for texture in dresses. McQueen uses two different forms of feathers to create this beautiful bird piece

Architectural Fashion with sculptural spiralling structure encircling the body - 3D fashion; wearable art // Baiba Ladiga

An entry from //TEXTILE.SYSTEMATISM//

Architectural Fashion with sculptural spiralling structure encircling the body - altering the way a person would move // Baiba Ladiga

, This pin is for symbolism, at the beginning of Minerva’s first narration she describes how she has felt caged her whole life, and she compares herself to the rabbits that her family keeps in pens. One day she opens the cage door for a female rabbit, but the rabbit doesn’t want to leave her pen.

En cage

In the cage there is food. Not much, but there is food. Outside are only great stretches of freedom. Nicanor Parra Bird Nightmare by Mick Ryan

Sculptural Fashion - elegant cage skirt; architectural fashion // Stephane Rolland Spring 2015

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Alexander McQueen Spring 2013....I'm not sure which is more funky...the hat or the skirt?

Alexander McQueen Spring 2013 Ready-to-Wear Collection garment is a modern rendition of the cage crinoline hoop skirt.

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