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Fabric Manipulation: Complex Pleats and Folds - The Shapes of Fabric

Check out this tutorial if you want to learn how to draft patterns to create more advanced pleats and folds for your designs.

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Жакеты: ДЕТАЛЬНЫЙ разбор (подборка)

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deconstruct/reconstruct — paula kovarik

I use this mighty tool to deconstruct pieces that don't speak to me anymore. I look for those quiet ones that seem unbalanced, pretentious or unsuccessful. They hide in piles beneath my work table — murmuring. Some are sharing false narratives. Some seem to be trying too hard. Others just plain bore

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Synthesizing

I went to the pleating studio this morning to watch my materials being pleated and order a few more pieces. Each mold has two pieces that fit into each other. One side of mold is pulled flat and secured to a table with clamps. Material is then cut to the same dimensions and ironed flat. The second half of the mold is layed on top, sandwiching the fabric. Weights are placed on the material and the claps released. Then the mold, is carfully brought to its pleated state, contracting with the fabric held in between. The smaller molds are then ironed for about 5 minutes on both sides and then weighted again and meant to rest under the weight for a day. The larger pieces are placed in a heated enclosed chamber. The pictures should help to explain. A few flea market and fabric store finds: I have also been working on another artists statement. I have written so many, but as my work and process develops, I feel closer and closer to a truer written counterpart to the work. I want to dress the memory of the body. By removing wearability and utility, my work operates as a memorium or sactification of desire and youth. I am interested in the history of exposure. Exposure to the point of disappearance. What remains is cloth visually operating as both garment and skeleton. The remnant of physical body is sanitized, and integrated to the point of colaesion with the exterior. My work explores a body re-contoured and distorted quantifiably through the use of architecture, origami, grids and most specifically, pleating. Pleating is the structure of this new body: orderly, flat, complex, and skeletal but no longer a ridged framework of bone and muscle. There does remain a place holder for the physical breathing body: space. A deliberate void, waiting for the 'imperfections' of a real body to be reitegrated preformatively by the viewer. Considerations: 1. Fashion as the stage for conceptual art. Feature in a couture display window. 2. visibility verses surface area. This is of great interest, especially that I have now seeing how pleating is done. 3. "The purist memory is the one un-recalled." I love this. In recollection, there is a distortion of past realities. Errors of remembering. In reference to my creative action and methods of viewing, this is concious.

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Alexander McQueen Versus Jean Paul Gaultier and Fabric Manipulation | Mika

Alexander McQueen Versus Jean Paul Gaultier and Fabric Manipulation | Mika

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