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This is weird! What If in the middle of the Dining Room I was like Jenn could I please have a meeting with you and whipped this out? ahahahhaha

This is weird! What If in the middle of the Dining Room I was like Jenn could I please have a meeting with you and whipped this out?

Venera Kazarova/Paper cuts | The House of Beccaria

iowntherunway: “ Papercuts Ira Patrikeeva by Lena Kholkina for Ones to Watch December 2012 See more from this set here ”

NEOSCOPE - AMILA HRUSTIC'S GEOMETRIC DRESSES

Geometric Dresses by Amila Hrustic

Origami Dress, Fashion Design Sketches, Paper Fashion, Paper Dresses, 3d Paper, Just Be, Bauhaus, La Madone, Magazine Photos

Origami Fashion - folded fabric dress with amazing 3D pattern and structure; architectural fashion design; wearable art // Tara Keens-Douglas

Ecstatic Spaces by Tara Keens-Douglas - Carnival costumes are often known for their vibrant colors, sparkling sequins and skin-revealing cuts; while Ecstatic Spaces by Tara Keens-Douglas .

This wearable cocoon of quilts and blankets by Slovakian architecture graduate Danica Pistekova is just right for people who wish they could take their bed with them in the morning. "The project is something in between," Pistekova told Dezeen. "Between fashion and architecture, small and big, private and public, intuitive and logical."

Sewn as a Site duvet clothes by Danica Pistekova

wearable cocoon of quilts and blankets by Slovakian architecture graduate Danica Pistekova

Somebody got into a bad fight with a file folder rack! Fashion Architecture - 3D structures; wearable sculpture; sculptural fashion design // Richard Sun

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.

Wearable Shelter (cobijo portátil para vestir) - Cuatro estudiantes de la Universidad de Pensilvania, Jin Hong, Sebastian Brauer, Ji In Sun y Jackie Starker, fueron más allá en 2009 y crearon una chaqueta-microcasa, con la voluntad de que las personas necesitadas que veían agolpadas en la calle se beneficiaran de "prendas" similares.

"Wearable Shelter" clothing: Designed for disaster, but perfect for the homeless -

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