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Sculpture or Fashion? The Haute Couture of Issey Miyake

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What does haute couture fashion, the atomic bomb, Steve Jobs, and Issey Miyake have in common? Join Nate at the Cincinnati Art Museum for a brief history of fashion and a behind the scenes look at the Minaret Dress designed by Issey Miyake. Get even more Artrageous content! SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/artrageouswithnate Follow us on... Twitter https://twitter.com/artrageousnate Instagram https://instagram.com/artrageousnate Facebook https://www.facebook.com/artrageouswithnate
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Wisewoe Tiswell (9 days ago)
it hurts me to see him cut the fabric like that. Dude, it is supposed to lay flat, otherwise you don't get clean cuts.
Artrageous with Nate (8 days ago)
mmmkay Hahaha! Seriously, you are so correct! This project was by far the biggest fail I have ever had! If I had to do it over again, there is no way I would’ve let them put that in the episode. Much respect for true designers🙌
Io Comunicaciones (26 days ago)
Hi, Just one thing. Fortuny was a spanish designer and he was living in Venice. You can see his work in the Cortume Museum of Madrid (Spain)
Freddy Gaviria (1 month ago)
Mariano Fortuny is not Italian. ...is Spanish
Sherry Miller (5 months ago)
Awww! I wanted so to see the design you would come up with....Oh Well...
Artrageous with Nate (5 months ago)
Sherry Miller So sorry! If it makes you feel better, the project was epically failing, so I decide best not to zoom in! Ha! Thanks for watching and for the feedback🙌
Mr Wednesday (6 months ago)
I would love to collab on a fashion as art video!
Florence Corriveau (10 months ago)
Hi ! Do you have any official sources to those informations, especially the intro about the beginning of his career and the info about pleat designs, and Cynthia's full name ? Thank you !!
MsHunnyBrown (11 months ago)
I apologize in advance. Dude. If you are going to create an Issey Miyake piece, it will take longer than this video...and a whole lot less talking.
Seagreentangerine (10 months ago)
Miyake is both an Architect AND a textile innovator and creator. He views garments with a 3D mind, he's immensely intelligent, creative and unique. If you want to try to recreate his visions, start with the out of print Vogue Miyake patterns. If you want to recreate pleats, use a table pleater, they're not that expensive - see MOLLY GODDARD, she has a video showing her fashion techniques (she made the Balenciaga inspired tulle dress for Rhianna).
Artrageous with Nate (11 months ago)
Wow, that is amazing! What an honor to do that. Do you still work in this field? In order for me to create ANYTHING requiring clothing design, I'm going to need some major schooling and assistance! Ha! Let's just say I walked away from this episode with a huge respect for fashion designers.
MsHunnyBrown (11 months ago)
In the early 1990's, I was fortunate to sew 3 outfits from the Vogue Patterns Designer line. It was an honor, and a joy to even figure out the complexity! I then began wearing his L'eau D'Issey. OMG! I love his work. He is "the king of draping", in my opinion. So hows about you get me a video of your interpretation? I would love to see it!
Artrageous with Nate (11 months ago)
Hahaha! This might be one of my fav comments! Honestly, this project epically bombed to the point we edited out the end result. I kept this project in to show I may be an artist, but that doesn't mean I don't fail! You are right, of course trying to create an artwork inspired by Miyake would take way longer. However, my goal is simply to give a quick idea that might inspire you to create. Because the project didn't go as well as I would have hoped, I tried to supplement with more instruction/narration. Thanks for watching!
Mercedes Rodriguez (1 year ago)
Mariano Fortuny was Spanish, not Italian
Artrageous with Nate (1 year ago)
You are so correct! Not too long after releasing this someone spotted the same mistake. Wish I could fix it and upload this again! Thanks for watching and for the feedback.
JAN (1 year ago)
Thanks for the video!! You guys should definitely keep making videos on this channel.
Nobel Trolls (1 year ago)
Great video
Artrageous with Nate (1 year ago)
Nobel Trolls Thanks, super appreciate it!
corgisbutt (2 years ago)
You guys deserves more subs!! :D

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