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New Zealand’s Victoria University recent graduate Emma Whiteside made this incredible 18th century-style gown from discarded automotive radiator copper for the 2009 World of WearableArt show. The dress weighs 22 pounds and took 200 hours to sew. Check out this closeup:
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5 thoughts on “Gown Made of Discarded Auto Radiator Copper

  1. Victoria University is in Australia in the state of Victoria. The Show as you have mentioned can be entered by anyone worldwide

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