Maria Robledo sent us a link to Under the Sun, Roy Arden’s brilliant visual blog, which we are fans of but hadn’t looked at in some time; there’s ALWAYS something compelling there. This time, we found a picture of women wearing wondrous head dresses made of wrapped fabric. ‘We need to be able to do that’ we thought, and looked up how to make fab hats with a piece of fabric. Here are two short, curiously charming how-to’s to set you on the path (with the women, above, as further inspiration for improvising…a LONG swath of striped fabric folded lengthwise and warpped overlappingly).
From the funky, fabulous Mz Lady Locks: “I like my stuff standing up.” (Video link here.)
and a charming African woman (Video link here.)
Related posts: fab hairdo with balloons, via myeongbeom kim
hat as “crown, battle cap, halo or horns…”
‘the tutu project’ explores identity, change and love
yves st. laurent inside out (from l’amour fou)
everyday objects con’t: junya watanabe’s zipper and snap improvs