Noa Raviv created textiles with distorted grid patterns stretched across the fabric, resulting in a playful visual illusion. In addition she used 3D printed elements to make bold and intricate shapes. The digitally inspired features are juxtaposed with silhouettes influenced by classical greek sculptures.
Blue velvet latchet tie shoes, c 1660, reputedly worn by Lady Mary Stanhope to court of Charles II. From The Shoe Collection,Northampton Museums & Art Gallery. (I know these are 17th c shoes, not 18th c, but they're just so lovely I had to include them!)