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    The Breathtaking Paper Designs of Isabelle de Borchgrave (Pictures)

    Slideshow: Paper Clothes by Isabelle de Borchgrave At first glance, the dresses in the “Prêt-à-Papier” exhibition at Hillwood Museum, which opens to the public today, look as though they are made of rich cloth—silks and taffetas, damask and delicately pleated...
    • Espie Serrano-Louie

      Belgian Artist Creates Elaborate Dresses Out of Simple Sheets of Paper

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    • Ana Rial

      Isabelle de Borchgrave - Making the paper dresses, along w/ accessories like wigs, shoes, bags, jewelry, takes between 4 & 8 weeks.

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    Isabelle de Borchgrave.March 2009 Petroushka, 1911 Paper costumes of a mother and her child, from the ballet Petroushka whose costumes were designed by Alexandre Benois in 1911. March 2009.

    LA ROBE DE MADAME DE POMPADOUR, 1755. Madame de Pompadour paper dress. Dress created in September 2001 inspired by a painting by  Maurice Quentin de la Tour (1755). Dimensions : 85 cm x 65 cm x 165 cm. Photo : René Stoeltie.

    Détail de la robe de Madame de Pompadour, 1755. Detail of the dress of Madame de Pompadour. Dress created in September 2001 inspired by a painting by Maurice Quentin de la Tour (1755). Dimensions : 85 cm x 65 cm x 165 cm. Photo: René Stoeltie.

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    ROBE À LA FRANÇAISE À PANIER, XVIIIE SIÈCLE. Paper dress inspired by a dress called "à la française" of the 18th Century. Created in May 2001. Dimensions : 68 cm x 161 cm x 195 cm. Photo : René Stoeltie. Isabelle de Borchgrave

    LA PÉRI, 1912 Detail of the paper costume representing Vaslav Nijinski in The Peri whose costumes were created by Léon Bakst in 1912.

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    FLORE, 1480 Paper costume of Flora, allegorical figure of the painting The Spring of Sandro Botticelli (1480, Gallery of Uffizi, Firenze). Created in 2007. Dimensions : 68 cm x 64 cm x 189 cm. Photo : René Stoeltie.

    ISABELLE DE MÉDICIS, 1540-1557 Detail of the paper dress of Isabelle de Medici (1540-1557), daughter of Cosme I and Eleonora de Toledo. Dress created in 2007.