Laser Lace Tees by Diana Eng Look Like Paper Snowflakes

By: Deborah Kim - Published: Jul 12, 2011 • References: dianaeng & dianaeng
These Laser Lace Tees by Diana Eng exemplify what could be the geekiest way to create and design clothes. The shirt is engineered by a laser to get its unique hole-y layout. The precision of the laser cuts the shirt in the exact targeting area that "adds a layer of techie nuance to a technique more often associated with unkempt style." The laser burns designs into the fabrics and creates perfect and simple wardrobe options for the summer.

The Laser Lace Tees closely resemble floral anatomy and botanical cells, which is important because of the background in cellular structure by the artist Diana Eng. There is a delicate nature to the overall feminine design of the shirt that is reminiscent of paper snowflakes. Stats for Casual Cut-Out Clothing Trending: Older & Average
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