This man uses toilet paper to design couture-worthy wedding dresses for Barbie collection

Danielle Fowler
·Freelance Writer
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Jian Yang crafts incredible wedding dresses for his Barbies using toilet paper [Photo: Instagram]

According to his Instagram page, Jian Yang holds the title as the largest male collector of Barbie dolls in the world.

Famed for owning more than 9,000 Barbies sourced from over 50 countries, it goes without saying that he’s pretty serious about his hobby.

In a bid to further demonstrate his artistic flair, Yang lives by the motto #HaveTissuesWillTravel and crafts his dolls their own incredible wardrobes solely using toilet paper. The results? They need to be seen to be believed.

From creating miniature clutches using toilet paper in Japan to haute couture-worthy designs courtesy of an airline serviette, these are the most incredible dresses Yang has created to date.

Fresh from the runway looks courtesy of an airline serviette

Thanks to serviettes picked up while travelling, Yang managed to craft a whole sartorial ensemble. Using a cup cover from the hotel room, he accessorised the look with a wide-brimmed hat and seriously covetable clutch.

Brunch attire thanks to tissue in Tokyo

The cold-shoulder is back this season and what better way to celebrate than with a retro number that wouldn’t look out of place in our own wardrobe?

Seriously chic attire from hotel loo roll in Japan

Erm, does this come in other sizes? Need.

’80s silhouettes crafted from tissues

In celebration of the ’80s aesthetic, Yang sought inspiration from an original Barbie’s outfit back in 1984 and crafted the look using tissue paper.

Issey Miyake-worthy wedding dresses in Indonesia

Pleats, please!

Pleats please. #barbie #barbiestyle #havetissuewilltravel

A post shared by Jian Yang (@jianyang1979) on Mar 22, 2018 at 8:44am PDT

Dinner-ready looks in Japan

Using unspoilt serviettes from dinner, Yang crafted a look which wouldn’t look out of place in the establishment.

Next up: tin foil designs

Further demonstrating his creative flair, Yang took to Instagram to showcase his latest creation which he crafted using leftover tin foil from dinner.

Hands up, who else is strangely jealous of his Barbies’ wardrobes?


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