Elisabeth Lecourt's Map Dresses Will Help You Get Around
The map dresses by Elisabeth Lecourt are both eco-friendly, and chic in design, but whether or not they are actually a viable form of clothing, I guess, is up to the wearer.
These pleated map dresses make it look like you are wearing a piece of origami.
Implications - The digital revolution has made many tangible artifacts unnecessary in the daily lives of consumers. The eco-movement, which informs a large part of the current zeitgeist, prizes repurposing discarded materials. Companies can forge a connection with their customers by designing products from materials that the digital age has left in its wake.Stats for Cartographic Clothing Trending: Older & Mild
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