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Evelyne Politanoff: "Slowly Seeping Through My Hands:" The Wearable Art of Nikoline Liv Andersen

"Slowly Seeping Through My Hands:" The Wearable Art of Nikoline Liv Andersen

Evelyne Politanoff: "Slowly Seeping Through My Hands:" The Wearable Art of Nikoline Liv Andersen fashion couture textile art reminds me of a character in chinese opera or theatre

The Intricate (And Non-Wearable) Fashion of Nikoline Liv Andersen.

The Intricate (And Non-Wearable) Fashion of Nikoline Liv Andersen

Nikoline Liv Andersen - The Dance of the Deaf and Dumb Eye Exhibition at Horsens Museum of Modern Art and Designmuseum Danmark,

#CapitolCoutureCollection inspired fashion.

avant garde Fashion editorial and styling Nikoline Liv Andersen Nikoline Liv Andersen "Slowly Seeping Through My Hands" Horsens Kunstmuseum, Denmark

Origami Fashion - dramatic sculptural garments with complex 3D folded structures; wearable art

☼ Cosmic Couture ☽ Celestial Costumes ☼ Origami Fashion - dramatic sculptural garments with complex folded structures;

David Ferreira (Westminster University) July 2015 jesus kill whatever spider created those web sleeves

Amila Hrustic geometric dresses. See them here.

Geometric Dresses by Amila Hrustic

'EOS' by Claire Prebble Couture - "E.O.S. is an abbreviation for "Evolution Of Spirit". EOS is the all seeing Greek Goddess of the Dawn a very fitting theme as Claire often worked all night until dawn stitching, plaiting and sewing sterling silver wire, beads and silk to create this piece. Claire spent more than a thousand hours designing and creating this garment."

EOS - "Eos" is a beautiful creation of stitched and plaited sterling silver wire, copper wire, beads and silk

Gorgeous skeletal dress from Dutch designer Iris van Herpen. Merging 3-D printer technology with high-end fashion.

14 High Fashions Straight Out Of Our Dystopian Future

Dutch designer Iris Van Herpen& skeleton dress from fall/winter 2011 collection.

window tracery

'Cartesian Rose' by New Zealand artist Rose Petterson Aluminum rod fabric. via the artist's site, wild rose design

black and white fashion accessories made from paper - Google Search

Wearable Art - layered black and white felt dress with cut out patterns and sculptural silhouette; fashion // Catherine O'Leary WHAT cannot not be seen within?

Roadkill couture: Designer creates grisly bridal wear using seagull wings, cat fur and even HUMAN BONES

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