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Jule Waibel Unveils a Mary Poppins-Inspired Fashion Collection

By: Amy Wallace - Published: • References: dezeen & core77
For her Master’s thesis in the Design Products program at the Royal College of Art, Jule Waibel designed a collection of folded paper clothes and accessories.

The project, titled ‘Entfaltung’ (German, meaning unfold/expand/develop), features a yellow dress, green expandable bag and an orange umbrella. These three adjectives do well to describe the three items that comprise the project: the dress adjusts and expands with movement, while the bag and umbrella expand. The accordion-like structures are fabricated from Tyvek, a synthetic paper that is waterproof, lightweight and tear-proof. Inspiration stems from Mary Poppins and her magical handbag, as Waibel has always been fascinated by the array of objects that fit into the bag (a hatstand, plant, etc).

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