British Fashion designer and artist, Zoe Bradley, has created a magnificent paper dress to celebrate the union of fashion and travel.
With the world focused on the various fashion weeks taking place in leading cities, British Airways recently celebrated its love of Milan and launched new year-round services to Milan from two London airports. The airline marked the occasion by taking British supermodels Suki Waterhouse and David Gandy out onto the city’s fashionable streets for two very special photoshoots – followed by an exclusive fashion show and very British afternoon tea experience.
Zoe Bradley’s incredible paper dress, inspired by the airlines heritage colours, took over 100hours to assemble and was naturally accompanied with a stunning head piece which featured real tickets that passengers usually receive at the airport. She said: “I wanted to create a design which captured the line of the iconic British Airways logo and really communicated air travel and the link between Britain, British Airways and fashion.
The celebrated artist – who has worked with the likes of Christian Louboutin, Harrods and Alexander McQueen in the past – created the design with her team at her studio in the UK.