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    Conceptual Fashion cotonblanc: Yohji Yamamoto, dress, cotton, Spring–Summer 2002.Collection of the Museum at FIT This dress was inspired by the collection of muslins and garment prototypes by Charles James, originally donated to The Brooklyn Museum. Photography: William Palmer Formalism And Revolution: Rei Kawakubo and Yohji Yamamoto by Patricia Mears Japan Fashion NowPublished in association with The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York

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One of the most famous and historical brands for these dress forms is Stockman, and a lot of fashion lovers collect them and use them as decoration in their homes. Taking the fashion dress form as a piece of art, French art director Emmanuel Bossuet of EEM Agency collaborated with Stockman to produce limited edition “haute couture” busts. Limited to 10 copies of each model, the original 3 are currently on exhibit at the department store Bon Marche in Paris.