Can you believe this dress is made from plastic spoons?! Talk about a unique form of recycling! (by: John Petrey)

Can you believe this dress is made from plastic spoons?! Talk about a unique form of recycling! (by: John Petrey)

Leisa Rich - Materials: Plastic panel, fabric, thread, digital images from artist original Technique: Free motion machine embroidery, trapunto

Leisa Rich - Materials: Plastic panel, fabric, thread, digital images from artist original Technique: Free motion machine embroidery, trapunto

Emily Crane creating edible wearable membranes from basic cooking ingredients. "Micro-Nutrient Couture aims to create a fashion experience in a world exploring 'the constant new', offering a fresh alternative to the compulsive shopper obsessed with fast fashion, high street consumption and throw-away prices. My Major Project focuses on creating fashion using boundary-less techniques from the everyday – I cook, blend, culture and form ice bubbles as silhouettes."

Emily Crane creating edible wearable membranes from basic cooking ingredients. "Micro-Nutrient Couture aims to create a fashion experience in a world exploring 'the constant new', offering a fresh alternative to the compulsive shopper obsessed with fast fashion, high street consumption and throw-away prices. My Major Project focuses on creating fashion using boundary-less techniques from the everyday – I cook, blend, culture and form ice bubbles as silhouettes."

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