Origami Brooch creation!
On August 14, 2009
Ok, so this might seem a bit wierd, but i made some origami brooches. And they seem to have come out pretty well. It is one of my crazy creations. I was going through some how-to-make-origami books in my library rack and it just struck me that these intricate geometric patterns in 3D can be very ideal for brooches and accessories alike. My brother and mom helped toÂ fold the origami i selectedÂ and the next 3 hours or so I spent on putting some embellishments on the objects. It’s a moreÂ fantasy/futuristicÂ look i wanted to give with black paper (yes, paper-it’s origami afterall) and some beads – I see them as a very flexible accesory since they can be worn with different coloured shirts and tees too.Â I’ve worn it with a black and white shirt so far.Â As for the material of the brooches, who knows, paper might become the next it-material for accessories 😉
origami brooch inspired by a spaceship
black was the colour i prefered to play with, to get a more unique look
the brooches on a white shirt
black on black - the brooches give a subtle elegance when worn with black
About The Author
Munal Shuja or Angel, as she is commonly known is among the few youths in the country who are fully dedicated to the field of fashion. As a fashion designer who runs her own brand, a freelance stylist, illustrator and writer - Angel believes in offering her optimum in knowledge and skills in the field. Prior to becoming VIBE magazine's editor-in-chief, she wrote largely on fashion for the magazine sharing tips on style how-to's, interviewing designers and bringing the latest news on international fashion. Angel's career in fashion started at a young age - her creative instinct was nurtured, growing up in a studio with her father who is an artist. Angel began working as a freelance illustrator and designer whilst she was studying for her A'levels. She completed her fashion studies with an Instituto di Moda Burgo, Italian fashion design Diploma in Chandigarh, India. Her fashion illustrations were much in demand and she freelanced as a fashion illustrator before returning to the Maldives. In the year 2009, Angel started her fashion blog FAMUSHU - becoming the first fashion blog in the country. Documenting her own designs, illustrations, sharing her views on the local and international fashion scene on her blog shaped her first steps to becoming a fashion writer. After contributing fashion articles to local lifestyle and travel magazines; Angel successfully initiated the first fashion column in the Maldives' most widely circulated newspaper Haveeru and continued her tenure as Mihaaru's fashion columnist till 2016.
Brooch? what is it?
anyway it looks good..for years i have tried to make sense of waht I see from fashion shows..may be wat they do is showing this kind of new stuff.
A brooch is a small piece of jewellery that is fastened to a woman’s dress or shirt.
eheh yes, fashion is about creating new designs for people 😉
its beautiful angel! this is “the” way to add glamour to your shirts! its chic and modern in addition to having tht official look as well!
wow angel!! this is simply beautiful!! its very creative. i luv it! 😀
Merci beaucoup xidhs and naffa 🙂
Angel these look very nice. as naffa said it looks very chic and modern. I WOOT! 😛
merci thaathu 😀