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Saturday, July 4, 2009

Isabella de Borchgrave


World-renowned Belgian artist Isabelle de Borchgrave is recognized for her elegant and intricate paper-designed gowns. Her exquisite dresses made entirely of paper evoke high fashions from the courts of the Medici in the Renaissance to the legendary Fortuny silks of the early 20th century.









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14 comments:

  1. Wow, these are beautiful!

    (Do you notice that almost all the comments I leave here begin with 'Wow'?!)

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  2. Very cool---but you can't go out in the rain!

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  3. Bestest buddie.. these are beautiful!

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  4. Oh my, those are really beautiful. But they are just for show, right? I mean, if I was going to wear one, I'd be so afraid of ripping it in the process of puttin it on or taking it off.

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  5. Those are beautiful and they really look like fabric made!

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  7. Stunning! I love the white and black one (photographed from behind)...

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  8. These are gorgeous. Man I wish I could do anything near that! Orsome days I think I would like to wear one. They are so pretty!

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  9. Wow!! These are unbelieveable! Thank you for sharing them. I have never heard of this art before.

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  10. very beautiful ... Just think how many extra oreos you could pack on your thighs if that were still the fashion...hmmm

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  11. WOW, I bet it would be uncomfortable though

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