Note the word experimental ... the first dress was for our origami assignment, to use a material that is pliable. I chose to work with the ziploc component of a plastic ziploc bag, because you can snap them together and form strips to create something much like a Herve Leger bandage dress. The idea is a little racy, since the material is completely transparent, but that was the point - to challenge how she feels secure and safe locked inside, much like anything would be when placed into a ziploc bag, yet is completely exposed. The second dress is for the armored assignment, to use a material that can be linked together. This is supposedly a lingerie look, where the PVC pipes are linked to form a sort of cage around the body to cover certain parts, and then has a very fine-gauge copper wire "knit" billowing out from underneath. None of these things need to be doable or comfortable, so it is all in theory. I'm pretty sure no one would want to wear a pipe to bed. But, you know. Makes you think. I love to illustrate, and I love that you can design without financial or logical limitations when you draw.