タイムラインの写真Thank you YAM Magazine for the amazing full page feature of Erina Kashihara’s wearable art piece! Erina is an amazing designer from Tokyo, and we were so excited to include her in this year’s show!!
This amazing jellyfish-inspired dress was created especially for Future Oceans Fashion Show on July 1. It is 3D printed, and includes reclaimed ocean plastic and micro-plastics collected from a beach clean up in Japan!!
Designer: Erina Kashihara Model: Wendy Nista Photographer: Kelly Hofer Photography
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These mesmerizing jellyfish inspired pieces by Japan based Designer Erina Kashihara were part of the collection she designed for Future Oceans Fashion Show.
These works of wearable art included reclaimed plastic, LEDs, custom 3D printed elements, as well as micro plastics collected on a Tokyo beach clean up in April.
“There are many luminous creatures in the sea, but jellyfish have always been of interest to me...Some jellyfish have the ability to purify the water, divide, and make copies of themselves. Some say they can be immortal. So, for Future Oceans I decided to use jellyfish as my motif, in the hope that the jellyfish can contribute to the sea of the future with its mysterious existence. I made these beautiful and futuristic light dresses.” - Erina Kashihara
Photographer: Andras Schram Designer: Erina Kashihara Models (left to right) Wendy Nista, Taylor McCaroll
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