Decaying Fabric

Fendi Spring Summer 2011

 

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Giles Deacon Fall/Winter 2012

 

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Shirley Buchan

 

Alexander McQueen

 

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Chalayan Fall/Winter 2014

 

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Elie Saab 2011

 

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Unknown

 

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Unknown

 

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Anselm Kiefer

 

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Chiharu Shiota ~ “After That” (1999)

 

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Vilte Kazlauskaite

 

I’ve been looking into other ways to portray decay through garments – whether its prints that resemble decay, fabric with special textures to also resemble decay, or fabric that has actually been decayed over time. Although I will probably use normal fabrics, I’m thinking about how I could illustrate a more decayed texture to suit the rest of the imagery.
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