Geometric Dresses by Amila Hrustic

By Neon Staff | 2012/10/25 - 15:02:03


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Inspired by Plato, the Greek philosopher, Amila Hrustic created a collection of five unique dresses that explore the shapes of Platonic solids. Handcrafted from a combination of textiles and paper, the complex pieces come together by using the tetrahedron, the cube, the octahedron, the dodecahedron and the icosahedron as a base for the constructions.

By combining clean, geometric shapes with the curvy, organic human form, this Bosnian fashion designer was able to play with contrasts and explore how opposites can meet. Entirely conceptual and very far from an utilitarian clothing line, the collection shows how perceptions can make a difference. See for yourself. 
Amila Hrustic geometric paper dress
Amila Hrustic/Milan Senic
Amila Hrustic geometric paper dress
Amila Hrustic/Milan Senic
Amila Hrustic geometric paper dress
Amila Hrustic/Milan Senic
Amila Hrustic geometric paper dress
Amila Hrustic/Milan Senic
Amila Hrustic geometric paper dress
Amila Hrustic/Milan Senic
Amila Hrustic geometric paper dress
Amila Hrustic/Milan Senic
Amila Hrustic geometric paper dress
Amila Hrustic/Milan Senic
Amila Hrustic geometric paper dress
Amila Hrustic/Milan Senic

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