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Tanmay Vippulancha
Sculptural Fashion with dramatic proportions; conceptual fashion // IFA Paris, fashion student work Sculptural Fashion with dramatic proportions;

IFA Paris Student Work

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Cocoon House (which was made by Korean Students in the college of architecture) for the homeless. Cocoon House (which was made by Korean Students in the college of architecture) for the homeless. Folding Architecture, Art And Architecture, Karton Design, Origami Art, Origami Design, Oragami, Origami Flowers, Materiel Camping, Korean Student

Cocoon House (which was made by Korean Students in the college of architecture) for the homeless.

 Japanese traditional craft "snow shoes" by natsuko. Textiles, Tattoo Tradicional, House Design Photos, Christian Louboutin, Ao Dai, Japan Art, Nihon, Japanese Design, Traditional Outfits

ミニチュア深靴 Japanese traditional craft "snow shoes"

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Japanese traditional straw raincoat for snowy regions - Mino 蓑

Yuki doke

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The Station Spin: Turkish Shepherd in traditional felt kepenek

The Station Spin

A virtual space for the sharing of ideas and inspiration for students in Introduction to Fibers

Thread, Fashion and Costume: Olivia Hearnshaw Fashion Week, Fashion Art, High Fashion, Fashion Outfits, Womens Fashion, Cyberpunk Mode, Cyberpunk Fashion, Moda Chic, Inspiration Mode

Thread, Fashion and Costume

Slow Factory was set up by Céline Semann Vernon, "Fashion activism is using fashion as a tool to create social change. I feel like fashion plus human rights equals fashion activism. What we are seeing right now is a lot of people trying to find new ways to create and produce in ways that don’t hurt the planet, ways that contribute to a bigger cause. I think some designers are more conscious and responsible in wanting to create a social impact." Céline Semann Vernon Are We There Yet? from…