Betina Moeller: Dressing for a Protest

December 2010
Fiberarts;Winter 2010/2011, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p28
The article profiles Danish fashion designer Betina Moeller. Moeller has perfected the art of constructing garments from natural forms. She hopes that this would breach the gap between urban consumers and a variety of threatened species. For her work on the "Recoil" collection, Moeller is inspired and has derived the shape of baleen whales. Moeller explains that the whale's shape is telling her how her design would look like. The creative process of the "Recoil" collection as well as the reason on the endangerment of baleen whales is elaborated.


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