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Moncler Genius Project: 4 MONCLER SIMONE ROCHA (11 pics)

Discover the latest launch of the  Moncler Genius  project: 4 MONCLER SIMONE ROCHA . The designer’s signature fabrications are balanced with silhouette and hand-embellishments to create a contemporary form of femininity, aligning perfectly with Moncler’s revered idiosyncrasy.

Moncler means nature, protection, activity, ambition, refinement, establishment and practicality.

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Moncler Genius Project: 4 MONCLER SIMONE ROCHA (11 pics)

Surprinsingly Light-Looking Marble Objects (18 pics)

Edinburgh-based artist  Alasdair Thomson defies gravity in his amazingly light-looking marble interpretations of everyday objects. His passion for drapery and in the way that it hangs and folds results in these very fine and detailed marble sculptures, that doesn’t look at all that they’re made of stone.

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Surprinsingly Light-Looking Marble Objects (18 pics)

4 MONCLER SIMONE ROCHA Fall Winter 2018.19 Collection (1 pics)

Moncler launched 4 Moncler Simone Rocha ‘s Fall Winter 2018.19 Collection today. This is Simone’s first collection for Moncler , inspired by the Victorian Mountain climbers of the 19th century, and it combines Italian brand’s utilitarian practicality and fabric technology with designer’s signature femininity and exquisite handwork.

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4 MONCLER SIMONE ROCHA Fall Winter 2018.19 Collection (1 pics)

Delicate Papercut Creations (10 pics)

Hailing from San Francisco, Kanako Abe is the artist behind these meticulously cut forms of animals, nature and portraits. She adapts a traditional Japanese paper stencil technique for her whimsical creations, normally used for making patterns on kimono fabric.

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Delicate Papercut Creations (10 pics)

Interactive Culinary Embroideries by Ipnot (8 pics)

Japanese embroidery artist ipnot creates pieces of food and drink that seem to leap off of the fabric and into life. Ipnot enhances the realism of her embroideries by staging them with their real-life inspirations and surroundings, like piles of fluffy rice in a bowl, and slices of stollen crumbling off a miniature fork.

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Interactive Culinary Embroideries by Ipnot (8 pics)