One world, One Nation
Womens Formal dress
As an Iranian fashion designer, who lives in the middle east, where the most of countries fighting with each-other, i decided to design a symbol with all of countries cultures and combine them to show peace and friendship, to show them we can live and stay with each-other without fighting together and just "Respect" to our thoughts and religions! in this design i combined some symbols of Iran,UK,China,Brazil,Spain,Egypt,Turkey,
Mexico and Japan to show we can live in happiness!
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
This is a Formal dress, but not just a "Formal dress" this is an Icon with a big message ! this dress brings some major cultures in the worlds in a just one dress to invite whole world to stop war and violence against each other! the Collar of this design inspired from Egypt and Greece culture. Sleeves inspired from Chinese/Japaneses garments.Skirt comes from Mexican/Spanish history, the bust part inspired from British garment history. each flower in the bottom of this dress shows one county flag and national colors !
OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
This design was fully hand crafted by myself, from the beginning to finished job, i used gold powder for wheat on collar and on the sleeves , i found and selected seashells one by one by myself , not only that, i made all of flowers by hand and painted the country flag colors on them ,
PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
This design tooks 3 months from the idea to the final production, one of a kind product
FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Fashion, Apparel and Garment Design
PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Hand knighting, hand stitching, hand crafted flowers, hand crafted all details,
SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
Peace, One world one nation, no war any more
Searching in many countries garment and culture history was very hard because of their change in wearing clothes year by year since 19th century and before, but finally i found the main line of each region by combining the results ,
TEAM MEMBERS (1) :
Delaram Sadeghi, 2016.