Petit Fou used their passion for paper and design to craft fashionable and functional clutches.
By Eva Recinos.
Today’s fashion designers can design a dress just as easily as they can 3D print it. One startup in New York already figured out how to use 3D printing to make customizable shoes. But amidst all this high-tech designing, Germany-based Petit Fou decided to take a more analog approach by using one of the most basic materials: paper.
A collective formed by Paperlux members Daniela, Valentina, Jessica and Soraya, Petit Fou recently released a line of clutches made out of paper sourced from different parts of Europe. The team focuses primarily on paper, experimenting with what the material can do in their Hamburg workshop. The handmade objects are the result of plenty of sketches and trial and error.
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