By Cory Doctorow at 12:17 am Sat, Sep 18, 2010
My mother always warned me not to be a “fashion plate”. Is this what she meant?!!!Definitely wash and wear! Or you could just get hosed off or….run it through the dishwasher! I think NOT very “wearable” unless you never sit, walk or bend and are transported upright while in the back of a pickup truck! Beautiful as art and inspiration for fabric/fashion.
Next Project Runway challenge!
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Wouldn’t it be a T-cup?
… That is the \sexiest\ thing I have ever seen.
First thought: gorgeous
Second thought: must weigh a tonne!
She’s quite the fashion plate.
Li Xiaofeng also made a (more wearable) collection this year for Lacoste: http://www.jingdaily.com/en/luxury/exclusive-li-xiaofengs-porcelain-polo-and-cotton-porcelain-polo-for-lacoste-unveiled-in-paris/
That’s some deft Delft work.
They’re like wearable Julian Schnabels!
OMG only on BoingBoing could a commenter beat me to _that_ one. Ay-yi-yi…
Super neat! Would love to see more shots of them actually on models.
Reminds me of a friend of mine who used to have a bracelet of china backstamps I always liked.
A bricolage dress! Tanta would be proud.
To see many more outfits and see them modeled go to his site: Li Xiaofeng
Nice inspiration…can easily be transformed into real fabric!
What cup size is that?
Two cups, obviously.
Reminds my of my psycho girlfriend.
Reminds me of John Kindness’ sculpture in Belfast Bus Station which is a waterfall covered in a mosaic of smashed up ceramic souveigners: http://www.artscouncil-ni.org/publicart/tour/tour9a.htm
Now THAT’S what I call a suit of plate armor.
Whilst I can’t claim to be the first, nice to see something I blogged about in 2008 hit boingboing in 2010!
It’s beautiful, but I wouldn’t want to try and sit down in it.
A belle in a china shop.
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