Added May 12, 2013
by Chez Louise
My boyfriend was mad about Italian futurist clothes presented during an exhibition in Turin in 2011 for the 150th anniversary of Italian reunification. One day, he brought me a fabric looking like Russian constructivism fabric and told me: “with this, you would do a beautiful futurist waistcoat”. It was not the first time he bought me fabrics saying to me: “you should do me a waistcoat with that”, but I had to do a futurist clothes anyway and this fabric really fitted.
So I took a previous pattern (Mister has already had a waiscoat) and transformed it. I wanted to have no one perpendicular angle and just one part circular, and I wanted the collar to be a diagonal.
The “Russian” fabric is a upholstery, very heavy, perfect for this project. The back is made in an acetate fabric, the kind of fabric you use for lining.
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