Inflatable Scarves Inspired By Origami [Pics]

Inflatable Scarves Inspired By Origami [Pics]
Arts & Culture

Monomatopee's new fashion accessories can be changed from one shape to another with a breath.

Yi Chen
  • 11 september 2012

Japan-based company Monomatopee, has created origami-inspired scarves that are able to create instant 3D volumes. The scarves come flat-packed and the wearer can inflate it by simply blowing air into it. The soft, durable fabric feels like paper and can be easily manipulated into different shapes, such as a bow-tie shape or round floral buds.

Monomatopee also has other accessories in its inflatable collection, such as purses and pencil cases that you can fold and unfold. The scarf retails for 11,500 yen, which is around $150 USD.

Click through the thumbnails below to see more images of the innovative designs.


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