Natalia Caballero

Natalia Caballero

Natalia Caballero
Altre idee da Natalia
Patronaje Yun Yuki: Toma de medidas parte 1

Patronaje Yun Yuki: Toma de medidas parte 1

Stoned Immaculate Vtg

Stoned Immaculate Vtg

Yves Saint Laurent 1965

Yves Saint Laurent 1965

Pierre Cardin ~ Paris 1956 fascinating rare design white modern dress portrait wide collar shift sheath 3/4 sleeves vintage fashions style designer couture gloves hat photo print ad model magazine space age unique

Pierre Cardin ~ Paris 1956 fascinating rare design white modern dress portrait wide collar shift sheath 3/4 sleeves vintage fashions style designer couture gloves hat photo print ad model magazine space age unique

80 cuff treatments

80 cuff treatments

década de 1960 vintage coser patrones Vogue 7675 MOD Imperio vestido talla 14 Busto 36

década de 1960 vintage coser patrones Vogue 7675 MOD Imperio vestido talla 14 Busto 36

Black Pussy Bow Hi-Low Dress - SilkFred

Black Pussy Bow Hi-Low Dress - SilkFred

2→3 Collection by Natsumi Zama photographed by Yuji Shimazaki  This collection plays with the idea of whether clothes are two-dimensional or three-dimensional objects. When clothing is hung up or folded it looks flat and 2-D, yet when worn on the human body it becomes three-dimensional. The designer explains, “through the clothing design, I search how the garment interacts with the body with a fresh approach featuring simple and sophisticated style” (x). The Japanese designer’s inspiration…

2→3 Collection by Natsumi Zama photographed by Yuji Shimazaki This collection plays with the idea of whether clothes are two-dimensional or three-dimensional objects. When clothing is hung up or folded it looks flat and 2-D, yet when worn on the human body it becomes three-dimensional. The designer explains, “through the clothing design, I search how the garment interacts with the body with a fresh approach featuring simple and sophisticated style” (x). The Japanese designer’s inspiration…

TWO TO THREE  Natsumi Zama  This collection started from exploring how a material can be transformed from a two dimensional form to a three dimensional object. As the Japanese traditional clothes (kimono), even a flat piece of cloth can be three-dimensional to fit a human body when it’s worn.

TWO TO THREE Natsumi Zama This collection started from exploring how a material can be transformed from a two dimensional form to a three dimensional object. As the Japanese traditional clothes (kimono), even a flat piece of cloth can be three-dimensional to fit a human body when it’s worn.

Coat (front view) | Madame Grès | France, 1947 | Grey wool twill | The day coat was a staple of the Grès oeuvre in the 1950's. This hooded gray version made of dense, brushed wool has a strong volumetric quality obtained from an elementary combination of two-dimensional, circular pattern pieces, rather than by molding the material into shape | The Museum at FIT, New York

Coat (front view) | Madame Grès | France, 1947 | Grey wool twill | The day coat was a staple of the Grès oeuvre in the 1950's. This hooded gray version made of dense, brushed wool has a strong volumetric quality obtained from an elementary combination of two-dimensional, circular pattern pieces, rather than by molding the material into shape | The Museum at FIT, New York