Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka has created an installation of see-through bodies as part of a major exhibition of work by fashion designer Issey Miyake. Yoshioka's cEach mannequin is made from 365 layers of laser-cut acrylic plastic, stacked up in horizontal and vertical layers to from the shape of a woman's body. "A simple piece of cloth is transformed into a beautiful form as it is worn by human body, which one could not even imagine the original form." said Yoshioka of his former mentor's designs.
Source: Dezeen Magazine