'Through the Looking Glass' Uses Glass Materials for an Accessory

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: May 13, 2014 • References: bilgenursaltik & designboom
Through the Looking Glass is a collection of scarves that also uses glass materials for an interesting accessory.

The glass rings are used to hold the scarf in place, but what's interesting is how the transparent surface alters how one sees the design underneath. This is the same on all scarves in the collection, and as the designer notes, "the scarves have been designed as abstracted visions of nature’s perfection. The rings are designed to question it." The perfected shapes are thus skewed slightly when looked at through the glass, making people question the nature of geometric designs, and helping people see the beauty in a non-flawless look.

Without thinking about the philosophy behind the scarves, these would still make for ideal fashion accessories to match a variety of outfits.

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