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French Designer Made Stunning Dresses Using Book Spines

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French Designer Made Stunning Dresses Using Book Spines

There’s truly no absence of creativity!


You must have seen historically inspired gowns as well as life-sized wedding dresses, but honestly, these stunning dresses will shock the hell out of you. Sylvie Facon, a French creator and designer have over the years been sewing fairytale dresses with gorgeous fabrics. Involved with many details, Sylvie’s gown can undeniably steal any catwalk on the runway.

Interestingly, the majority of her beautiful fabrics are crafted from the spines of old books, portraying the amazing versatility of the dress designer talents. There’s evidently no absence of creativity in Sylvie’s work and you sure would envy some of them. Have a look!

More info: sylviefacon-creatrice.fr

Beautiful Dresses Made From Spines Of Old Books

Sylvie Facon
Sylvie Facon
Sylvie Facon
Sylvie Facon


Sylvie appears so much like Scheherazade, the main female character in the narrative of One Thousand and One Nights. Her feminine and sensual expresses a mix of humor, sweetness, and importantly outspokenness. Designing over 1001 dresses, Sylvie has a unique style as she gives free leash to her imaginations while also releasing some creative gestures with gorgeous artworks.



The Painted Old Town Dress

Sylvie Facon
Sylvie Facon
Sylvie Facon

The talented fashion designer has, however, been noticed as she has worked with costume designer Morgane E. Grosdemange, International clients and has remarkably accompanied a theater troupe in making their costumes as well as wedding dresses for her friends and loved ones.

The Violin Dress

Sylvie Facon


Sylvie Facon
Sylvie Facon
Sylvie Facon
Sylvie Facon


Sylvie Facon

With a poetic sensitivity, Sylvie also spends quality time painting her creations with pieces that take about 300hours of work within 14days or more. Paying tribute to books and violins, three of Sylvie books hinged on her work have already been published. Sylvie is really doing well, right?

An Interpretation Of Didier Graffet Illustration:

Sylvie Facon
Sylvie Facon
Sylvie Facon


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