This is creativity extraordinaire as the Central Saint Martins graduate, Fredrik Tjaerandsen, a Norwegian designer, creates and designs the balloon dresses which he nicknamed “bubbles” which came to him as an idea whilst he was studying at the fashion institute. During his interview with vogue, he reveals that the idea of that dress was inspired by his childhood memories and he wanted to recreate the fogginess and memories.
So he tells his story through the dresses and he further says that when the bubbles emerges on the catwalk it is a dream and when the bubble deflates it is a symbol of realizing our consciousness and clarity from the dream. Wow!the dresses can be reworn even after being deflated, either in a ‘bubble’ or dress form.This is simply amazing!
FUNFACT: This balloon dress is filled with about 3000litres of oxygen, a human being breathes 480 litres of oxygen per hour, so the models had roughly 3hours to be in the dress.