Suede's work creating fashion with a paper cutting machine utilizing wood and silk. I really am interested in the layered and cut detail of this garment. I may be able to utilise this in the top part of my dress.
Capturing the repetition and structures within organic form, closely exploring irregular repeat patterns. Three dimensional technical processes are used in collaboration with various approaches to the traditional use of appliqué, all explored through hand
Slip - An example of a form of underpinning that combined the petticoat and corset cover into one piece, this example of Belle Époque underwear shows the typical lavishly sewn details common during this period, even for so-called unmentionables
Sky Pirate costume- skirt and skirt wrap would be an easy make. So would the belt. Have pattern for the different corsets. Or forget costume: just wear this when you don't want anyone to mess with you. Like an audition. Or the DMV.
Anne Kurris on Antwerp's Foremost Fashion Department