A unique concept of vintage fashion makes its way into today's top trends on the site. As opposed to simply recycling or repurposing different pieces of clothing, two particular designers have transformed old materials into stunning ensembles.
A bride by the name of Stephanie Watson designed and made her own wedding dress with the plastic clips used to tie bags containing loaves of bread. Similarly, fashion designer Ane Lopez used paper to create a beautiful collection of dresses. The paper frocks offer unexpected voluminous skirts and sharply tailored silhouettes.
Other noteworthy articles from today include the sound wave wedding rings and edible baking plates. The latter is a new kitchen product known as the Rollware rolling pin, which allows bakers and cooks to create plates that can be eaten after the meal is consumed.
For more trends, research and consumer insights into both the fashion and food industry, you'll want to check out Trend Hunter's 2013 Trend Reports.
Stats for Top 20 Trends of the Day
Trending: Older & Warm
Research: 3,823 clicks in 159 w
Interest: 1.4 minutes
Concept: Vintage Fashion
Related: 113 examples / 87 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-55+
Comparison Set: 41 similar articles, including: voluminous papermade gowns, eccentric asian-inspired ensembles, and punked-up garments.
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By: Jaime Neely - Published: Apr 15, 2013