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Nuue by Studio Koya

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by Jaime last modified Sep 09, 2011

Last night officially kicked off New York Fashion week! So I thought it appropriate to post this new project from Jungeun Lee of Studio Koya called Nuue, named after a Korean word that means cocoon. The project involves wrapping synthetic fibers around a wooden mannequin to create a garment, which is then heated until it [...]




 

 

Nuue by Studio Koya

Last night officially kicked off New York Fashion week! So I thought it appropriate to post this new project from Jungeun Lee of Studio Koya called Nuue, named after a Korean word that means cocoon.

The project involves wrapping synthetic fibers around a wooden mannequin to create a garment, which is then heated until it hardens, though the fiber still has some flexibility. The forms are sculptural and avant garde. By wrapping this material around a form, no fabric or fibers are wasted in the process. It’s an interesting approach to creating wearable materials.

Nuue by Studio Koya

Nuue by Studio Koya

Nuue by Studio Koya

Nuue by Studio Koya

Nuue by Studio Koya

Nuue by Studio Koya

Nuue by Studio Koya

Nuue by Studio Koya

Nuue by Studio Koya

Nuue by Studio Koya

Nuue by Studio Koya


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