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Experimenting with shirts. By taking to large shirts and joining them together in order to create one big piece of fabric it was then used to create shapes and forms on the dummy.

Experimenting with shirts. By taking to large shirts and joining them together in order to create one big piece of fabric it was then used to create shapes and forms on the dummy.

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The simple materials and repetitive pattern are incredible, and the shape is very flattering on the body PAPER TUBES

Experimenting with shape and the proportion on the stand as well as marking style lines in which would be a contrast fabric.

Experimenting with shape and the proportion on the stand as well as marking style lines in which would be a contrast fabric.

3rd toile ( which became final design ) propeller inspired shape for panels with another layer of the same panel over the top and tacked into the waist and sewn into the side seams ( duplicated for the back ) and a low cut neck line with large lapels and collar

3rd toile ( which became final design ) propeller inspired shape for panels with another layer of the same panel over the top and tacked into the waist and sewn into the side seams ( duplicated for the back ) and a low cut neck line with large lapels and collar

First toile combined with Second toile.  First toile I manipulated the pattern to create the propeller shape through the body of the dress then tappered the side seams, the focus was on the technical shape of the pattern.  The Second Toile was the first toile but I cut into the seams to try and work out how I could create another piece to put in with the openings in order to create a more 3D look ( this wasn't successful and in which the whole design was scrapped )

First toile combined with Second toile. First toile I manipulated the pattern to create the propeller shape through the body of the dress then tappered the side seams, the focus was on the technical shape of the pattern. The Second Toile was the first toile but I cut into the seams to try and work out how I could create another piece to put in with the openings in order to create a more 3D look ( this wasn't successful and in which the whole design was scrapped )

Second Unit, shape making

Second Unit, shape making

Structural Shape

Structural Shape

The Amazing Lego Wedding Dress. The LEGO dress was designed by Japanese artist Rie Hosokai. It was created for the Piece of Peace World Heritage built by Lego bricks exhibition in Tokyo, Japan.

This and the previous and other similar shapes were inspired from a jet propeller from MOSI

This and the previous and other similar shapes were inspired from a jet propeller from MOSI

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