While some of the similarities in recent years between the two disciplines are simplistic, many of them are very sophisticated, very interesting and very fascinating. Most of the included dresses and buildings are spectacular. Japanese fashion designers Kawakubo and Yohji Yamamoto first presented their work during the Paris ready-to-wear collection shows in April The oversized, often asymmetrical black clothing they showed featured intentional holes, tatters and unfinished edges that stood in stark contrast to the elegantly decorative, crisply tailored, and formfitting looks being shown by the majority of designers and, as a result, challenged accepted ideas of ashion, feminity, and beauty. The following year, architecture Bernard Tschumi won the international competition to design the Parc de la Villette in Paris completed in
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Dec 20, Marilyn rated it liked it I was inspired from the deconstruction fashion and design article. I had been thinking about a "frankincense" costume for the "Wearable ARts Christmas pageant" at church. The pyramid went on the back of the night starry cape to symbolize that gold was used to get the holy family to Egypt.
But the Frankincense costume hung over me. The charge was to make it symbolise prayer. I looked I was inspired from the deconstruction fashion and design article. I looked Frankincense up in wikipedia and found out about the tree and the look of it. I thought of making a smoke costume, of using a pendulum incense thing; then later of wearing a sandwich board with prayer verbs on it.
Both stinky ideas. So I read this deconstruction article I went to the op shop and bought a beautiful, green woolen jersey and a white jacqui tee shirt. Then I blanket stiched the two together around the rectangles. On one sleeve I did a circle with "Bless" on the tee shirt.
So just as Jesus deconstructed the prayers of Animal sacrifice and smoke I used a deconstructed fashion idea.
Skin + Bones: Parallel Practices In Fashion And Architecture
Skin + Bones: Parallel Practices In Fashion and Architecture
Skin + Bones: Parallel Practices in Fashion and Architecture