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DESIGNER: Issey Miyake-Fall 2011 Ready-to-Wear Collection. i like this design because it has a lot of off body form which creates the effect of a building.

Issey Miyake - 132.5 | Each garment in the 132.5 collection is made from identical sized pieces of material that are pleated and have hidden snaps and darts encorporated into the fabric. When unfolded they become beautiful structured, blouses trouser, skirts, dresses and jackets.

Issey Miyake: Innovator as Inspiration for Innovation

Fabric Manipulation - origami textiles design with folded structure & 3D textures;   Issey Miyake

Issey Miyake - Fabric Manipulation - origami textiles design with folded structure & textures;

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Art & Design research professor, Mauricio Velasquez Posada and his students have created a series of origami dresses. In Feb this was a student project called "Animorfos" but now it has evolved into "Geomorfos: the body as a metaphor of the geographical".

Issey Miyake led the way & now 3D printing takes it one step further in the  fashion world.   Central Saint Martins Graduate Show

Yuki Hagino’s origami sculpture design. She was an Architecture graduate before studying fashion. We can see in her designs these architectural and statuesque looks.

Dress  Issey Miyake  (Japanese, born 1938)

Designer: Issey Miyake (Japanese, born Design House: Miyake Design Studio (Japanese) Date: fall/winter Culture: Japanese Medium: wool, nylon Dimensions: Length at CB: 54 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Nancy Stanton Talcott, 1999