Does the idea of wearing clothing made out of household gadgets and gizmos sound unrealistic to you? It would have to me if I hadn’t seen a remarkable exhibit of work by students from Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
Strolling aimlessly to kill a little time before a reception, I was immediately drawn to the fashion exhibit on display the Center Court at Copley Place in Boston. What an unexpected treat for me and for so many other shoppers who normally race through Copley Place on their way to or from work.
Wearable Art 2015 showcases original ensembles from fashion design students at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. These students have taken simple items from everyday life and transformed them into beautiful works of design – wearable art that delights and amazes!
The unimaginable becomes undeniable while looking at these dresses created from:
Hair (yes, hair)
This art show is a reminder to take a step back every now and then to re-assess our daily routine. How can you look at a challenge in in your work world through a new lens? How can you help unearth an employee’s skills? What will collaborating with a new partner produce for results? Who will decide where or whether to hold this month’s staff meeting? Keep asking questions; the answers just might surprise, entertain, and enchant as you share a new chapter of your story!