Sun Lee -- who is a graduate from the Design Academy Eindhoven, is taking the concept of clothes made from paper to the next level. She recently released a six-piece collection, dubbed 'Consumption of Heritage.' The capsule is said to be built around three main pillars and those are the "principles of ephemerality, disability, and sustainability." All three effortlessly tie into the movement of fashion today.
Each of Sun Lee's silhouettes is made of hanji paper and hansan-mosi fabric. The designs in the 'Consumption of Heritage' collection are made to seamlessly fit and complement each other, creating a sound stylistic narrative throughout. In addition, the clothes made from paper can be easily recycled, pushing the agenda of sustainable garments even further.
Image Credit: Shen Yichen, Ronald Smits