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Tokyo, December 2010 - 21_21 Design sight museum in the Roppongi area, during Issey Miyake's exhibition "Reality lab". The exhibition shows models with Miyake's lastest collection clothes, called 132 5. The collection was created from a fusion of both theoretical math, attractive design inspired by origami and a hi-tech new polyester fabric made from recycled plastic bottles. In the name "132 5," the numeral "1" refers to the single piece of cloth, "3" to its 3D shape, which can be folded back into "2," or two dimensions. The "5" corresponds to the multiple ways each garment can be worn.

Tokyo, December 2010 - 21_21 Design sight museum in the Roppongi area, during Issey Miyake's exhibition "Reality lab". The exhibition shows models with Miyake's lastest collection clothes, called 132 5. The collection was created from a fusion of both theoretical math, attractive design inspired by origami and a hi-tech new polyester fabric made from recycled plastic bottles. In the name "132 5," the numeral "1" refers to the single piece of cloth, "3"...
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