The Olga Noronha Orpus in Claustrum Collection is Architectural

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Jun 10, 2014 • References: olganoronha & lanciatrendvisions
Entitled "Orpus in Claustrum", this accessory collection by Olga Noronha pushes the boundaries of traditional fashion design. The sculptural line of accessories is displayed in a visually vivid catalog that highlights Arabian inspired attire.

The advertorial's crimson-hued wardrobe of dress and veil ensembles is accented with the designer's sculptural wire-frame accessories. Her one-of-a-kind pieces take inspiration from architecture and the human anatomy.

Once destined to become a doctor, designer Olga Noronha transforms her love for the human body into a signature visual language that defies convention. Her structured accessories form a cocoon around the body and are inspired by the conceptual 1924 sci-fi film Aelita.

Whether shaped to resemble artificial limbs or orthopedic braces, these unique accessories embody a daring vision of beauty. Stats for Structural Wireframe Accessories Trending: Older & Average
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