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Paper Couture

Paper dress-forms, made directly on the body out of brown paper tape (the kind that came before brown duct tape) was the starting point for a week, where paper was a key-material.
Such a dress-form becomes a very accurate mold of the body and the project for the week was to design a piece of "clothing" that should either underline or transform parts of or the whole body. The clothing was made out of paper, in accordance with the particular restraints and opportunities of this quite moldable material.