10g shirt in a 10kg Glass Handbag #WearableWednesday



Glass handbag by Ying Gao:

How can we carry a 10-gram shirt in a 10-kg bag? This is the question to which Ying Gao and glass artist Michèle Lapointe have found an answer. Together, they have created a glass object with a rounded contour, in which they have inserted a shirt made of super organza. This transparent piece of work reflects on the nature of accessories and their content, while being an aesthetic and formal exploration of glass and textile.

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