The wearable orchestra explores an alternative use of garments where they do not only cover our bodies, but also give music to them. The sounds produced by the clothes are analogue and digital, a combination of craft and technology. The collection is made with knitted fabrics that are constructed wit


h a stretch yarn formed with 60% metal and 40% silk, giving the knit conductive characteristics with a delicate appearance. Through a process of screen printing, I burned the protein of the silk, allowing for illustrations to appear in the knits. Because of the conductive properties of the fabrics, I collaborated with a multimedia artist, and through the use of electronics and synthesizers, we turned the knits into instrumental garments that produce sound through touch.

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fashion, performance, Costume, musical


knitwear, screenprinting, devore


Metal, velvet, silk, chimes, seeds