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This is possibly one of the most creative things I have ever seen. Crayola reached to various fashion designers to create fashion pieces made out of crayons (with some fabric underneath to keep it all together). These pieces were then displayed in the window display of Bloomingdales in New York City. The fashion designers used a total of 18,000 Crayola crayons.
The dress pictured above was designed and made by Nanette Lepore, using "Laser Lemon" crayons. Photos of the pieces are by Matthew Carasella.
Parker designed this jumper with "Jungle Green" crayons.
This cutout dress was made from "Midnight Blue" crayons and designed by Rebecca Taylor.
Rebecca Minkoff made this piece with "Banana Mania" crayons.
This dress was made by Torn by Ronny Kobo and made from "Bittersweet" crayons.

Wow. Just wow. That's all I can say.

@marshalledgar that one's my favorite too! The designs around and above the cups are so intricate and delicate
Beautiful. I love Nanette Lepore's Laser Lemon dress the best!
That dress isn't midnight blue! It's white and gold!
@Gavriella I thought the same thing when I saw it. My second favorite is Ronny Kobo's because of how inventive he was with the crayons, rather than just gluing them on. He cut them into bits and pieces. I don't have a 3rd favorite. HAHAHA
@Gavriella Me too! I don't think they adapted her design very well
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