Text-ile Memoryscapes

Text-ile Memoryscapes

 
Part of an interactive houte couture collection, Text-ile Memoryscapes are inspired from the beauty of culture and tradition in Southwest and South East Asia. These dresses are made from multi-sensory materials (that engage several of our senses, such as touch, vision, sound and smell ) and tactile surfaces that can be worn by individuals interacting among each other in social settings or used as an art installation at art gallery or museum.

 

These photographs were taken by US-based fashion and editorial photographer, Chris Loomis
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Posted on

May 2, 2014

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