Saturday, October 24, 2009

A New Kind of Fabric

Can anyone guess what this dress is made out of? I'll give you a hint, it is something all of us have in our house.

P h o n e b o o k. Wow. I had a hard time believing it myself! It's gorgeous though, isn't it? The talent behind this dress is Jolis Paons, who made this dress out of papers from the phonebook for a class assignment. From his intricate details, you can tell clearly that he has put a lot of effort in this assignment, from pleating, to sewing the "fabric".

I would love to wear this dress, but due to my clumsy finesse, I would probably rip it within seconds.

A while ago, I also stumbled upon a fellow DeviantART artist, Aimee Kick, an 18 year old girl who made her prom dress out of coffee filters, and had a matching necklace made out of none other than coffee beans by her dad to go along with the dress.

In her description, she mentioned that she tea-dyed the filter paper, dried them with a hair dryer, hand stitching, machine sewing..etc. How rad! Click here to see more pictures of her beautiful dress.

The first paper dress was made by Scott Paper Company in 1966, and costing only one dollar. However, it was shapeless and not very attractive. It's amazing to see how many young talents there are out there now, creating these masterpieces, out of recyclable materials!

Has anyone seen the episode of Project Runway, Season 6, Episode 5? That week, the designers' challenge was to create a clothing item, made out of newspaper. It was an interesting espisode, but I won't go into detail or post any pictures, as I don't want to spoil it any further for those of you who haven't been keeping up!



Annie said...

i've seen that newspaper dress before,
and it's never failed to amaze me
it's so beautiful!
and creative.

love annie <3.

Lenine said...

What Annie sayd i've seen also the dress before xx lenine

Style Bird said...

The phone book dress is beautiful.

Olivia Liem said...

Wow, I'm truly amazed..Never imagine those pretty dresses came from coffee filters and phonebook!!

Btw, thanks for the lovely comment on my blog:)

will be following u, keep on posting :)


Jenny said...

Wow, looking at these dresses I first think they're just really lovely garments - amazing to find out what they are made of!
I espeacially think the coffee bean necklace is amazing =)

Fash Pach said...

thanks about the comment on my blog!! love the coffee filter and paper dress.

little heroine said...

im loving the dress and your background songs! kings of leon right? :)

NINE said...

WOW that's so creative!
thanks for your lovely comment! The wall took my about two hours, but before I started I already looked for pictures I would use, so that work was already done!


Desiree said...

little heroine: Haha, you must be mistaken, I don't have any background music in my blog...but I do love Kings of Leon! They have some pretty awesome stuff. :)

Greer said...

isnt it beautiful.

Dina's Days said...

Wow that dress is incredible. Ah, the talents I lack..

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