Sculptural Fashion - extravagant dress with 3D sculpted ruffle textures; fashion as art // Alexander McQueen

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bohemea: “Alexander McQueen Autumn/Winter Dress, Widows of Culloden Ivory silk organza Photographed by Sølve Sundsbø for Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty “I find beauty in melancholy.

Iris Van Herpen S/S 11

felt fashion couture statement scarf shawl using fabric manipulation white fashion with highlights: inspiration for editorial photography

Gautier garment which combines elements of crinoline, corset, spine, and birdcage.

Jean Paule Gautier dress which combines elements of crinoline, corset, spine, and birdcage.

Honeycomb Pattern Structures at Junya Watanabe | The Cutting Class. Junya Watanabe, AW15, Paris, Image 4. Textile strips joined with alternating lines of stitching and pyramid pattern shapes.

Honeycomb Pattern Structures at Junya Watanabe Textile strips joined with alternating lines of stitching and pyramid pattern shapes.

Electrifying 3D Ensembles - The Iris van Herpen Spring Couture 2013 Defines Novel Garment Silhouette (GALLERY)

Electrifying 3D Ensembles

Inna Pilipenko in a striped armor-like dress from Gareth Pugh S/S 2012 photographed by Hyuna Shin for Culture Magazine April jana

Ionic Structure and Metallic Reaction is inspired by the exploration of chemistry studies, chemical reactions, elements, atoms and bonds. Geometric chemical structure is prominent within the designs. The reactions of elements and their explosive compositions are reflected through shape, manipulation and placement within the collection.

Ionic Structure and Metallic Reaction

Paco Rabanne - Life Magazine - 1967

Paco Rabanne is a French Fashion Designer of Spanish Origin. His works plays with reflective shiny metallic shapes- Life Magazine - 1967

Fashion Sculpture wearable art; three-dimensional fashion structures; sculptural fashion; creative fashion design.

In pictures: Givenchy haute couture

A three-dimensional fashion structure representing the neck piece ruff used in the renaissance era.

Lucy McRae: Blurring The Lines Between Art, Technology And The Human Form

Lucy McRae: Blurring The Lines Between Art, Technology And The Human Form

by LucyandBart - Lucy McRae, Bart Hess - Described as an "instinctual stalking" of fashion, architecture, performance and the body.

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