Color-In Dress: This dress reminds us of the color-it-yourself books from our childhood. B Soepboer and Michiel Schuurman's Color-In Dress has black and white print that one can fill in, you need to simply pick your own color scheme and fill in with the included textile markers. "According to the designers, everyone can interpret it in the way they like best."
Replacement Dresses: This is a part of a collection created by B Soepboer and Michiel Schuurman especially for an exhibition about 'De Ploeg'. Four dresses were created around two concepts, 'The Color-In Dress' and 'The Replacement Dresses'. In this series of dresses, each dress is combined by several pieces that are attached to each other by buttons and these pieces can be exchanged between three dresses. This gives the wearer choice of combining three different prints in a way they want.
Dress N3: Creation of designer S Errazuriz, the dress is made up of many zips, and you can take off the zips that you don't want.
Renewable Clothing: Creation of Brízio, Portugal's best-known product designer, gives the wearer the choice to choose the color scheme ever time they wear it. The dress has pockets all over it which makes the appearance change over time. All that needs to be done is placing colored felt-tip pens in the pockets of the dress. Within an hour to one and a half hours the colored ink spreads and creates circular spots of color as they do. The ink washes out, so it can keep on happening and color it in a different way for each time you wear it.
Tax Form Dress: Britt (a singer) made this dress using the tax forms. She with help of her husband wrapped herself in duct tape then cut it out of to form custom-fit (under-layer to support) tax form dress. She created this unique dress by weaving the pieces together and created an interesting variety of style.
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