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Dion Lee; Fishnet pattern

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Photo: Maison Margiela

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Photo: Junya Watanabe

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Book: MM6

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Paper pattern

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Paper pattern

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Paper pattern

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Raf Simons by John Booth

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John Booth

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John Booth

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Richard Kiroy

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Dion Lee; 3D filter leather jacket

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Internet: Fishnet pattern

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Chanel Autumn/ Winter 2014

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Internet: Fishnet pattern

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Balenciaga S/S 2015

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Paper pattern

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Paper pattern

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Paper pattern

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Helen Bullock

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Maison Martin Margiela S/S 14

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Helen Bullock

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Dion Lee; Circle cut shoulder dress

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Dior Spring/ Summer 2015

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Dior Spring/ Summer 2015

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Internet: Climbing up the fishnet

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Balenciaga S/S 2015

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Photo:Patterns I found in Chelsea 20th Oct 2015

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Photo: Junya Watanabe

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Artemide IN-EI Mendori Lamp by Issey Miyake

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Paper pattern

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Paper pattern

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Paris Menswear S/S 2015 Issey Miyake

The Flower Guy Artwork by Michael de Feo

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The Flower Guy Artwork by Michael de Feo

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pierre cardin

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Where I see fashion

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      Details at Mary Katrantzou Spring 2011 |                                       Issey Miyake RTW Spring 2014 

Interiors at the Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs

                                                                            

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                                        Gareth Pugh (Spring Summer 2009 Collection)

                                    inspired by Hearts Tower (NYC) by Norman Foster

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Frank Gehry’s buildings, or Junya Watanabe’s collections.

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This research reminded me again that there are a lot of similarities between the two; Fashion and architecture and I was astonished by the significant impact that architecture have on fashion designers.

To see more go on https://duranvirginia.wordpress.com/2013/01/03/design-art-and-architecture-in-fashion/

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Where I see fashion 2

Having looked at the influence of architecture on garmnents I became interested in 'what are the things common between them?'. Having thought about this I found out that

They're both used to protect and shelter the body while providing a means to express personal ,political and cultural identity.

Today they are more than just a need-reflect in the works the trends , the status quo, the culture of its users.

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Issei Miyake

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Issey Miyake: S/S 2001

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Rei kawakubo

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Maurizio Anzeri

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Shoe notes by Chiharu Shiota

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Shiota collected shoes when she was invited to create an installation in Japan. She requested notes describing a memory associated with each shoe. She then gathered together nearly 4,000 shoes and more than 1,000 notes, most of them handwritten, the work became more intimate.

I really want to go and see this work in real life as I think reading each message may allow me to imagine more vividly the lives of the shoes and their owners.

Questions:

Why did she use red strings? Does it symbolise something?

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Maurizio Anzeri

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characters of his portraits create and with the embroidery on the photographs they become very present.

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Maurizio Anzeri

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Suzumi Noda

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Suzumi Noda: Re Project

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Faux fur top and skirt by Ryan Lo. Melted plastic skirt and top by Matthew Bovan

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Reiko Sudo

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Suzumi Noda

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Acetate

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Naomi Kobayashi; Lost in lace

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Naomi Kobayashi; Lost in lace

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Ideas behind 'Lost In LAce'

“For me the title Lost in Lace conjured up an image of the disappearance of the long hours of hand crafting involved in lace making. By working with the silicone impression, the cloth, the making of which required much time, transforms into something vacuous and momentary. As the cloth is removed to reveal a new surface layer, the imprint of its memory suggests a loss of the time and labour involved in its making”.

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