Chanel Spring 2015 Couture Fashion Show Details

Textiles: Priestley College I could imagine the theme behind this being decay due to the top half of the bodice. It looks as if the student has created a piece out of flowers and over time they have decomposed and left behind to create this dress.

Neckpiece by Helen Whitworth. Silk paper that she then dyed with batik combined with free standing embroidery elements.

Pouring Jug by Sue Walton. Jug oozing with manipulated and dyed fabric flowers pouring into a thimble. Jabberwocky is a surreal tableau done with Ann Small who were both inspired by Alice in Wonderland stories.

Fabric Manipulation - dyed & textured silk, suspended to create fluid drape - fiber art using shibori techniques; surface pattern creation // Rebecca Cross by rosiete

Stylish Tea Party Grace Robinson: dresses from tea bags. Grace Robinson has been drinking tea for most of her life and she’s been recycling used tea bags f

Alexander McQueen Spring 2007 Runway Pictures

Экосфера - Ярмарка Мастеров - ручная работа, handmade

Eco fashion dresses Nuno felted and eco printed dress from natural silk and wool dyed with plants OOAK