Pop-Up Fashion by Vera de Pont
Fancy making your own unique piece of garment but can't be flaffed with sewing machines? Vera de Pont, a budding fashion designer who just graduated cum laude from the Design Academy Eindhoven, has the solution. Her "Pop-Up" fashion collection comprises colourful pieces of textiles with cutting patterns cleverly incorporated into the print design. Just cut along the lines and pop your head through the correct hole and et voila! Your own customised "coat", no sewing or seams required. There is even a woven version with different patterns on either side of the fabric to maximise creative possibilities. Perfect for those with a penchant for ponchos.
Part of the Design Academy Eindhoven 2015 Graduation show.
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