Dublin-born fashion designer and Royal College of Art graduate Sinéad O'Dwyer is changing the representation of female-identifying bodies in fashion. Her work includes silicone pieces created using fibreglass moulds cast directly from women's bodies, in doing so creating wearable sculptures. O'Dwyer's practice is underpinned by themes of the body, celebration, collaboration, creativity and inclusivity, and sets out to change stereotypes and the narratives around certain bodies. Through her collections, O'Dwyer creates a new language of beauty and acceptance for everybody.
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