Extreme Origami: An Upcycled Gown Made From 1,000 Newspaper Cranes

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Hear ye, hear ye, read all about this expertly crafted newspaper gown by Yuliya Kyrpo, now on display at London’s Science Museum. Krypo assembled her headlining bustier dress—complete with a flowing peacock train—from 1,000 paper cranes, which she painstakingly hand-folded from old Metro newspapers. We can definitely see sweetheart-neckline-adoring songstress Katy Perry rocking this frock on the red carpet.

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2 Responses to “Extreme Origami: An Upcycled Gown Made From 1,000 Newspaper Cranes”

  1. maycouture says:

    Fashion=Infinite… love it!

  2. Barbara Wells says:

    I love this dress! Can it be worn, you suppose?

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