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Techno-centric. The fashion gallery, located in the 14th Street Arts Corridor of Washington, D.C., takes influence from the blur between the fields of fashion and architecture due to innovations in technology. New methods of construction and availability of innovative materials has led fashion to become wearable architecture and architecture to become temporal. This design was chosen to be displayed in the Macy’s storefront window in downtown Cincinnati during the Summer 2007 season.
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Techno-centric. The fashion gallery, located in the 14th Street Arts Corridor of Washington, D.C., takes influence from the blur between the fields of fashion and architecture due to innovations in technology. New methods of construction and availability of innovative materials has led fashion to become wearable architecture and architecture to become temporal. This design was chosen to be displayed in the Macy’s storefront window in downtown Cincinnati during the Summer 2007 season.
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Techno-centric. The fashion gallery, located in the 14th Street Arts Corridor of Washington, D.C., takes influence from the blur between the fields of fashion and architecture due to innovations in technology. New methods of construction and availability of innovative materials has led fashion to become wearable architecture and architecture to become temporal. This design was chosen to be displayed in the Macy’s storefront window in downtown Cincinnati during the Summer 2007 season.
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Techno-centric. The fashion gallery, located in the 14th Street Arts Corridor of Washington, D.C., takes influence from the blur between the fields of fashion and architecture due to innovations in technology. New methods of construction and availability of innovative materials has led fashion to become wearable architecture and architecture to become temporal. This design was chosen to be displayed in the Macy’s storefront window in downtown Cincinnati during the Summer 2007 season.
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Techno-centric. The fashion gallery, located in the 14th Street Arts Corridor of Washington, D.C., takes influence from the blur between the fields of fashion and architecture due to innovations in technology. New methods of construction and availability of innovative materials has led fashion to become wearable architecture and architecture to become temporal. This design was chosen to be displayed in the Macy’s storefront window in downtown Cincinnati during the Summer 2007 season.
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Techno-centric. The fashion gallery, located in the 14th Street Arts Corridor of Washington, D.C., takes influence from the blur between the fields of fashion and architecture due to innovations in technology. New methods of construction and availability of innovative materials has led fashion to become wearable architecture and architecture to become temporal. This design was chosen to be displayed in the Macy’s storefront window in downtown Cincinnati during the Summer 2007 season.
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Techno-centric. The fashion gallery, located in the 14th Street Arts Corridor of Washington, D.C., takes influence from the blur between the fields of fashion and architecture due to innovations in technology. New methods of construction and availability of innovative materials has led fashion to become wearable architecture and architecture to become temporal. This design was chosen to be displayed in the Macy’s storefront window in downtown Cincinnati during the Summer 2007 season.
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Techno-centric. The fashion gallery, located in the 14th Street Arts Corridor of Washington, D.C., takes influence from the blur between the fields of fashion and architecture due to innovations in technology. New methods of construction and availability of innovative materials has led fashion to become wearable architecture and architecture to become temporal. This design was chosen to be displayed in the Macy’s storefront window in downtown Cincinnati during the Summer 2007 season.
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Techno-centric. The fashion gallery, located in the 14th Street Arts Corridor of Washington, D.C., takes influence from the blur between the fields of fashion and architecture due to innovations in technology. New methods of construction and availability of innovative materials has led fashion to become wearable architecture and architecture to become temporal. This design was chosen to be displayed in the Macy’s storefront window in downtown Cincinnati during the Summer 2007 season.
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Techno-centric. The fashion gallery, located in the 14th Street Arts Corridor of Washington, D.C., takes influence from the blur between the fields of fashion and architecture due to innovations in technology. New methods of construction and availability of innovative materials has led fashion to become wearable architecture and architecture to become temporal. This design was chosen to be displayed in the Macy’s storefront window in downtown Cincinnati during the Summer 2007 season.
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Techno-centric. The fashion gallery, located in the 14th Street Arts Corridor of Washington, D.C., takes influence from the blur between the fields of fashion and architecture due to innovations in technology. New methods of construction and availability of innovative materials has led fashion to become wearable architecture and architecture to become temporal. This design was chosen to be displayed in the Macy’s storefront window in downtown Cincinnati during the Summer 2007 season.
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Techno-centric. The fashion gallery, located in the 14th Street Arts Corridor of Washington, D.C., takes influence from the blur between the fields of fashion and architecture due to innovations in technology. New methods of construction and availability of innovative materials has led fashion to become wearable architecture and architecture to become temporal. This design was chosen to be displayed in the Macy’s storefront window in downtown Cincinnati during the Summer 2007 season.

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