Take a look at the photos of this truly amazing dress that can fit up to 238 people in its pockets
Ten metre long dress goes on display
Wool creation can fit up to 238 people in the folds of its skirt
The crimson frock, designed by Korean artist Aamu Song, has been made as a an art installation called REDDRESS and is on display at York Hall in Bethnal Green, east London, as part of the London Design Festival.
The frock has been made using 550 metres of Divina wool and spreads out 10 metres in each direction.
The dress can be viewed now until Saturday 23d.
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