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This thesis explores artistic and unconventional ways of designing clothes, focusing on the debate of fashion and art as related fields by analyzing the relationship between sculptural form and fashion through the works of Iris Van Herpen and Rei Kawakubo. This thesis examines their work from different angles, from conceptual methods to technical experiments, to determine the principal factors that distinguished them from other designers. Exploring their backgrounds, traditions, customs how they influence their design. Their methodology and the realization of their designs, techniques, and tools. This thesis concludes by drawing those studies with a brief historical description of fashion designers and dressmakers into further research, suggesting new insights on the relationship between fashion and other art forms such as architecture and the relationship between the body and clothes. the result of this study suggests that the answer to whether fashion is art
depends on a shared understanding of society and individuals.
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