For the 2012 Lexington Beaux Arts Ball, we paired up UK Architecture students with some of the fashion designers from the Lexington Fashion Collaborative to create the pieces for the show. The hope was that the garments would be designed using unconventional materials such as chipboard, Tyvek, and cotton muslin and created using architecture fabrication processes like 3D modeling in Rhino/Grasshopper and use of the laser cutter.
Sara Jane Estes and I designed this dress using a Grasshopper script, rhino, the laser cutter and a sewing machine. The materials used include: chipboard, Tyvek, and cotton muslin
Status: School Project
Location: University of Kentucky, Beaux Arts Ball