Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Asami Ohara

Nylon fabrics pleated and smocked to create translucent structures form Asami Ohara's graduate collection. This was a collection of textiles and structures that evoked the fashions of ruffs in the mid 16th-17th centuries. However they also reminded me of hair rollers as well as corals and jelly fish.
It is great to see all of Asami's research into different smocking techniques and to see her journey to this intriguing collection that could be easily be adapted into jewelry, costume or fashion.

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