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CAPSULE 01: WHAT’S MY JOB NOW? 

Survivalist/Worker/De-constructor/ Shape-shifter/Story Teller
Androgynous adapted work and daily functional wear

FEMINISED WORKWEAR
Utility garments split and frilled; City shirts given additional openings, re-imagined

RELATIONSHIP T SHIRTS
Co-dependent & Inter-dependent T shirts

RECONFIGURED KNITWEAR
Panels reassembled from various knit samples are collated into wearable conceptual items with inbuilt freedoms of use.

CAPSU­LE 02:  SOME SENSE OF STRUCTURE

The habit of taking apart, rotating and de-constructing things - of never settling on a form, of continual questioning - does not make for a stable life…3 groups experimenting with and collapsing traditional dress forms.

A) 10 METRES EACH/ NAVY BLUE PRINT SERIES
Survivalist Dress Sets. Dresses are all collapse-able and come in sets with supporting add-ons (sleeves, additional panels); stages of collapse and interplay of panels and parts allow for multiple variations of wear, giving each dress several identities

B) THE 10 METRES OF NAVY POLYESTER EXPERIMENT
The Crisis/Support Dress Series. Several dresses and dress parts are forged together to support each other

C) ARTISANAL RESCUE DRESS SERIES
Un-wearable, broken vintage dresses regenerated; spliced, suspended, re-made

 

 

SHOOT CREDITS: 
 

PHOTOGRAPHY, fashion & professional product: the beautiful Aava Anttinen

CREATIVE POST PRODUCTION/ landscapes: Julie Wilkins

MODEL: the lovely William Dill-Russell