Sir Norman Foster’s Hearst building echoed in a spring 2009 look from Gareth Pugh   / Images: Hiroko Masuike for The New York Times, Don Ashby

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Sir Norman Foster’s Hearst building echoed in a spring 2009 look from Gareth Pugh / Images: Hiroko Masuike for The New York Times, Don Ashby

Ionic Structure and Metallic Reaction is inspired by the exploration of chemistry studies, chemical reactions, elements, atoms and bonds. Geometric chemical structure is prominent within the designs. The reactions of elements and their explosive compositions are reflected through shape, manipulation and placement within the collection.

Ionic Structure and Metallic Reaction

Ionic Structure and Metallic Reaction is inspired by the exploration of chemistry studies, chemical reactions, elements, atoms and bonds. Geometric chemical structure is prominent within the designs. The reactions of elements and their explosive compositions are reflected through shape, manipulation and placement within the collection.

Designer: Richard Sun 3D Fashion architecture, wearable sculptural design.  I like the idea of the bodycon dress being contrasted with colour and shape with the overlay of the 3D manipulated thinned fabric. It seems to be made with a vary of techniques such as 3D printing, pleated fabric, tulle, and silk organza.

Designer: Richard Sun 3D Fashion architecture, wearable sculptural design. I like the idea of the bodycon dress being contrasted with colour and shape with the overlay of the 3D manipulated thinned fabric. It seems to be made with a vary of techniques such as 3D printing, pleated fabric, tulle, and silk organza.

Sculptural Fashion - elegant cage skirt; architectural fashion // Stephane Rolland Spring 2015

Sculptural Fashion - elegant cage skirt; architectural fashion // Stephane Rolland Spring 2015

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