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These stunning couture creations fashioned from pieces of porcelain are the work of Chinese designer, Li Xiaofeng.

In an effort to contrast Western cultural icons with their Chinese counterparts, Xiaofeng creates these garments using shards of dynasty porcelain.

This gives a whole new meaning to the concept of deciding what to wear to a tea party.




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2 comments

Anney on Apr 3, 2009, 10:41:00 PM  

I think it's very uncomfortable to wear. I wonder what will happen if the person trips and the porcelain shards shatter. But it's cool for a tea party! hehehe!


Sera Melinda on Apr 4, 2009, 8:44:00 PM  

Anney,
I agree, it must be uncomfortable.
But i think the designer is very creative and talented.