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Video: Students create botanical fashion show

Update [10/22/2012] – New video: Botanical fashion show in 100 seconds

October 15, 2012, three students from the Art of Horticulture class at Cornell University create outfits made from plant materials — and tell a story.

Read more about the show in the Cornell Chronicle [10/16/2012].

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Art of Horticulture students and their creations: Jasmine LaCoursiere ’14, wedding dress fashioned from bleached oak leaves, mosses, and grass leaves and seedheads.  Eva Johnson ’15, globally important crops featuring tobacco and banana leaves, cotton and coffee beans.  Shiela Gordon-Smith ’14, Queen Mother outfit made from a diversity of evergreens, seeds, grass, and maple leaves.

Art of Horticulture students and their creations: Jasmine LaCoursiere ’14, wedding dress fashioned from bleached oak leaves, mosses, and grass leaves and seedheads. Eva Johnson ’15, globally important crops featuring tobacco and banana leaves, cotton and coffee beans. Shiela Gordon-Smith ’14, Queen Mother outfit made from a diversity of evergreens, seeds, grass, and maple leaves.

Botanical fashion show outfit details

Botanical fashion show outfit details

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