Danish designer Violise Lunn makes magic with paper tissue and glue, crafting dream dresses and fantasy shoes that seem destined for fairies. This adventure began in 1999 when the late Kirsten “Kiki” Kiser, a Danish model turned architect and gallerist, asked if Lunn could make a frock out of paper. “I thought, Well, why not?” the artist says on a call. “I made dresses, and then afterwards I thought, Okay, the dresses needed shoes, and then I created some shoes with papier-mâché.”
Nature matters - every day We Nordic tries to make the world greener. That's why they received the 303 Tuscans Ethical Fashion Award in September in Paris.
Unusual fashion show was organized in the Polish city of Krakow.
Freshmen students from the School of Art and Fashion design presented clothes made of junk paper – ketchup sachets, bags, magazine scraps and bits of tissue. The actual show went under the slogan “Fashion from junk 2011”. The clothes from the Junk fashion show really illustrated the imagination of the students.