Couture wedding dresses made of paper Unique wedding dresses by request Fashion designer Annette Meyer combines historical silhouettes with delicate paper materials to create one of a kind couture wedding dresses. The exclusive concept includes a personalized design process, fittings with Annette Meyer and a bachelorette party activity like no other, the so-called ’Crumble Party’.
’Botanized dresses’ organized by sex, folds and antennae, dissected and put under a magnifying glass. This is a passionate collection that pays attention to every odd bow and strange button. ICON DRESSED is a poetic recreation of shape and form in women’s Fashion over the past two centuries through 14 outfits in paper. The
Did you hear that dress? Paper isn’t fabric: it’s noisy. It’s fragile and cracks like china. This rather stiff paper enhances the mutual connections between the forms and their sequences. Every crack and gap is unfolded. Two historical dresses in paper were created for Royal Copenhagen to exhibit at Royal Copenhagen’s Flagship Store at
“I want to provoke reflections by creating an ambiguity between the familiar and the alien. On the one hand the conservative cut of the business suit or the traditional form of the man’s shirt are most familiar in tailoring, on the other the disposable material is a totally alien feature in this context. Out of
The collection will reflect different cultures through patterns, colours, statements and symbol while at the same time protecting the happy wearer from the rain like a potato chip in a plastic bag. RAIN™ is a prototype collection of a functional unisex rainwear to satisfy the needs of people living and working in the city.
Conquering the last remaining bits of planet Earth in this very moment – commercialism and consumerism is our state of mind as well as our condition of life. Let’s buy the strawberry coloured shrimp snacks. Lets eat it. Let’s wear it! BODYWRAPPInc. – Costumes were designed for the performance “Monkey Business Class” for the Danish
Look at these wrappings with the eyes of an aesthete and be amazed by the weirdness of it all. What alien species would ever invent these fanciful shrimp snacks? Body Emballage is a collection of originally 30 paper shirts made of disposable wrappings from Japan, Denmark and North America. By using materials from different parts