Explore Phd Student, Funny Ideas, and more!

Bracelet turning into Bag<br />Copper and polyester<br />2009<br />

Bracelet turning into a Bag. Copper and polyester. Wearable Metal Origami by Tine Deruysser

Textiles Design using fabric manipulation to create dimensional patterns through repetition and contrast; 3D surface design // Deepa Panchamia

Textiles Design using fabric manipulation to create dimensional patterns through repetition and contrast;

Accessories: Dorrith de Roode & Marlous de Roode, Photography: Michael Danker, Model: Jamie Santpoort, Hair / Make-up: Charlotte Mailhe

Accessories: Dorrith de Roode & Marlous de Roode, Photography: Michael Danker, Model: Jamie Santpoort, Hair / Make-up: Charlotte Mailhe

Wood Clutch: // CREME // Etsy // TeslerMendelovitch

The impeccable craftsmanship of Tesler + Mendelovitch’s handcrafted wood clutches is enough to make one wonder if the exquisite objects d’ arte are made to wear or to display on a pedestal. Dubbed “Wearable Wood,” the Tesler + Mendelovitch

Silk dress +honeycomb smocking + gathered waist - fabric manipulation;

Silk dress with honeycomb smocking & gathered waist - fabric manipulation; fashion design detail // Preen ♦F&I♦

Sunrise Artifact (waxed linen, iron, copper) by Mary Giles

Mary Giles ~ "Sunrise Artifact" Waxed linen, iron, copper *basketry coiling* 26 x x in. via Duane Reed Gallery

Bunka Fashion Academy 4th Graduation Project "Human Evolution" @bunkafashionacademy #bunkafashionacademy

Faceted dress design with a sculptural silhouette using repeating shapes to…

fabric manupulation

Fabric Manipulation for Fashion - pleats, drape & triangle tessellation stitch detail // Daniel Henry may be good for hiding a belly bump pregnant fashion

Fabric Manipulation for fashion - organza sleeve with decorative textures & patterns through pleating - creative garment design; 3D textiles // Vilune Daunoraite

Fabric Manipulation for fashion - organza sleeve with decorative textures patterns through pleating - creative garment design;

tumblr_m9s4ejXx5f1qj3xy3o1_500

'Mumuhuila hairstyle' The Mwila people are an ethnic group living in southern Angola and some of the young girls wear beaded wigs, rich in colour, indicating that they have had their first period but are not yet ready for marriage photo: © Mario Gerth

Pinterest
Search