Violise Lunn danish fashion designer is making one-of-a-kind clothing in her studio in Copenhagen. But the kicker, is that some of the clothing is unwearable.
However, her items aren't unwearable for the same reasons as haute couture clothing. The reason is the material: these dresses are made of paper. Paper gives her freedom to create the dresses and shoes as if she was sculpting angels, playing with "otherwise impossible compositions".
And even though one can't wear paper dresses, she can certainly showcase them in her exhibitions around the world.
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