Manon Gignoux

manon-gignouxManon Gignoux work is inspired by clothes worn by workers in the early 20th century exploring the “traces of wear and tear” on clothes. Encompassing recovery, re-appropriation and aesthetic discrepancy, reusing clothes and objects that retain the memory of their original use and contemporary fabrics reworked with dyes, pleats and weat… given a new function. Manon’s creations illustrate the meeting of clothes, body and décor.[film]

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13 thoughts on “Manon Gignoux

  1. Bonjour je n’ai pas eu le temps de vous laisser un petit mot tout a l’heur vous éte venu hier, je suis aler voir votre travail aujour’hui je trouve sa super continuer

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