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I Wouldn’t Want to Step On The Train of This White Lego Dress


Daisy Balloon designer Rie Hosokai made this LEGO dress for the Piece of Peace World Heritage exhibit, and I have some things I would like to ask the designer and model: Doesn’t that hurt to wear? How did she get into that dress without breaking it? Actually, how did she get into that dress, period? How does this exist?

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  • Ashley Jones

    It looks like just a front piece that she is standing behind.

  • http://www.facebook.com/nuuni.nuunani Nuuni Nuunani

    Ive seen something similar to this though not a dress specifically. The person was wearing a skin tight suit and the lego parts were themselves in chunks. It required two people ‘building’ the outfit around him and in the end it looked totally awesome. However the person wearing it couldn’t do more than shuffle.

  • Luna Carya

    I think it’s like a mold, in the sense that the front half and the back half pieces are glued together, but the halves can be attached or separated for the model to get in or out.