In these photos I'm wearing my final project from my Spatial Dynamics class. I made a dress, a headband, and a necklace to be worn together as a complete look. I was inspired by tooth and gum structures.
This dress is made out of pink and red Hanes sweatshirts. The top part of the dress is an in-tact sweatshirt, and the bottom section is made out of sleeves cut into sections and paneled. I hand-stitched the dress together with embroidery thread. I also hand-sewed the appliqué details on the top part of the dress, and glued rhinestones on top.
I made the necklace out of oven-bake clay. I used the clay to make impressions of my retainer, and then I painted and glittered them. Afterwards, I wired them onto chain to construct a necklace.
I chose pink and red flowers to stay true to my color scheme, and I added some leftover clay components from the necklace and some rhinestones to further unite the look.
A headband close-up...
Handmade dress, necklace, and headband; worn with DIYed Jeffrey Campbell boots, Lime Crime Lipstick in "Serpentina," and glasses from SEE Eyewear
Photos by Patrick Hulse
This is one of my preparatory drawings for the project. I drew a cross-section of a tooth using markers, gel pens, holographic sticker paper, glitter, and rhinestones.