Origami Accessories: A Foldable Fashion Guide

Origami Accessories: A Foldable Fashion Guide

by Sok Song

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Overview

Transform a simple sheet of paper into a fashion-forward accent piece with easy-to-follow instructions and illustrated diagrams. Create accessories to amp up every outfit in your closet, including purses, shoes, and jewelry. With ten original, one-of-a-kind origami fashion accessories, even everyday outfits are sure to be runway-ready. All you have to do is fold it, shape it, and style it.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781515716235
Publisher: Capstone Press
Publication date: 08/01/2016
Series: Fashion Origami
Pages: 48
Product dimensions: 8.10(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.30(d)
Lexile: 790L (what's this?)
Age Range: 9 - 10 Years

About the Author

Sok Song’s passion for folding paper has bloomed from a hobby he taught himself from books during his childhood to an award winning origami design business called Creased, Inc. His book Crease + Fold: Innovative Origami Projects Anyone Can Make, was published by Potter Crafts, an imprint of Random House. He is the Creative Director and Publisher for Creased - Magazine for Paper Folders, a bi-monthly periodical dedicated to featuring new and unpublished origami designs from artist all over the world. In addition to the magazines and books, he has evolved the business into a creative services company incorporating origami and paper sculpture as a medium for advertising, graphic design, and installation. His work has been seen in magazines such as: Vogue, Vanity Fair, Elle, InStyle, Cosmopolitan, Pop, Marie Claire, Icon, Self, GQ, and L'Uomo and as well as in books published by Andrews McMeel Publishing, Firefly Books Ltd. (UK), and Quark Publishing. Other notable clients for design and installation work include: Condé Nast Publications Ltd., Merrill Lynch, Paul Smith, Kenzo, Saks Fifth Avenue, Geisha, Imitation of Christ, Rockwell Group, Walmart, Kanebo International, The Museum of Art and Design, The Amercian Museum of Natural History, MOMA, Parsons Brinkerhoff, Macys, Harrods - London, Niebaum Coppola Winery, Mondo Mannequins, Takeda Pharmaceuticals, Saatchi & Saatchi, J. Walter Thompson, Gotham, Inc, The Children’s Place, Gant, Cottonelle, Money Magazine, Time, Inc. and The New Yorker.

Sok Song’s passion for folding paper has bloomed from a hobby he taught himself from books during his childhood to an award winning origami design business called Creased, Inc. His book Crease + Fold: Innovative Origami Projects Anyone Can Make, was published by Potter Crafts, an imprint of Random House. He is the Creative Director and Publisher for Creased - Magazine for Paper Folders, a bi-monthly periodical dedicated to featuring new and unpublished origami designs from artist all over the world. In addition to the magazines and books, he has evolved the business into a creative services company incorporating origami and paper sculpture as a medium for advertising, graphic design, and installation. His work has been seen in magazines such as: Vogue, Vanity Fair, Elle, InStyle, Cosmopolitan, Pop, Marie Claire, Icon, Self, GQ, and L'Uomo and as well as in books published by Andrews McMeel Publishing, Firefly Books Ltd. (UK), and Quark Publishing. Other notable clients for design and installation work include: Condé Nast Publications Ltd., Merrill Lynch, Paul Smith, Kenzo, Saks Fifth Avenue, Geisha, Imitation of Christ, Rockwell Group, Walmart, Kanebo International, The Museum of Art and Design, The Amercian Museum of Natural History, MOMA, Parsons Brinkerhoff, Macys, Harrods - London, Niebaum Coppola Winery, Mondo Mannequins, Takeda Pharmaceuticals, Saatchi & Saatchi, J. Walter Thompson, Gotham, Inc, The Children’s Place, Gant, Cottonelle, Money Magazine, Time, Inc. and The New Yorker.

Table of Contents

Tote bag — Scarf — Bow — Brooch — Ballet flats — Bracelet — Sunglasses — Clutch — Backpack — Flip-flops.

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