This is a 3-piece collection with the concept of a 'Warrior Princess', done near the end of last year. The garments are constructed entirely from paper, and different techniques are used in each. I don't have any pics of the process, but I'll try to explain how they were made.
This is a bustier dress inspired by chain mail. I created individual 'rings' that become malleable when linked, allowing me to sculpt the curves of the form.
A concept board to show how the idea was developed:
This is a long white 'princess' gown made from strips of translucent paper (I think it's called vellum?), cinched at the waist by a woven belt. Detail:
The inner layer consists of a vest and skirt made from the special kind of paper that doesn't tear easily. For the outer armoured piece, I folded origami units from gold paper and joined them together using gold paper fasteners as studs. The back:
By the way, none of these garments are stuck/pinned/attached to the mannequins, so you can imagine how well-fitted to the mannequin form they must be. Thanks for looking!