Seiran Tsuno’s ghostly dresses rest above the bearer and recontextualize the human body. The Japanese artist’s fluorescent creations are designed using a 3D pen, and in creating this work, Tsuno cites her 75-year-old grandmother has her muse.
Rakuten Fashion Week Tokyo gives some insight into her background: “Prefecture. After graduating from a nursing college, worked at a psychiatric hospital for approximately 5 years. As a university student, started making and announcing accessories for herself and others. While working at the hospital, she studied at the fashion school ‘coconogacco’, to deepen her creations from a fashion design point of view. In 2018, she was nominated as the only Japanese finalist in Europe’s largest fashion competition, ITS.”
Find more on her Instagram page.