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Bea Szenfeld’s “Haute Papier”

Fashion | February 28, 2014 |

Bea SzenfeldImage courtesy of Joel Rhodin

Bea Szenfeld’s “Haute Papier”

In her latest fashion collection for Spring/Summer 2014, entitled “Haute Papier”, Bea Szenfeld has rose to the occasion to deliver an exquisite array of uniquely sculpted pieces in paper.

Bea SzenfeldImage courtesy of Joel Rhodin

Born in Sweden, Bea Szenfeld is an artist that likes to think outside the box. Her latest collection showcases her technical talents as well as her great sense of style.

Bea SzenfeldImage courtesy of Joel Rhodin

She took a medium like paper and transformed it into a robust and risque display that everyone would be excited to wear.

Bea SzenfeldImage courtesy of Joel Rhodin

The images by Joel Rhodin are tailored specifically for their collaboration.

more. www.szenfeld.com | www.minkmgmt.com/joel-rhodin/

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