Haute Couture Dresses Made Of Thousands Of Balloons [Pics]

Haute Couture Dresses Made Of Thousands Of Balloons [Pics]

Rie Hosokai uses an unlikely material to create her avant garde fashion pieces.

Yi Chen
  • 20 december 2012

Japanese designer Rie Hosokai also considers herself to be a “balloon artist.” Hosokai constructs avant garde dresses by hand using thousands of tiny balloons. The inflated balloons are painstakingly hand-stitched together to create a lightweight, and head-turning fashion piece for her Daisy Balloon collection.

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