Constant Process of Disappearing is a BA thesis womenswear collection inspired by attachment to a garment and its
slow disappearing. The garments in the collection might at first seem pristine and valuable, but with a closer look are revealed to be patched, dirty and worn out. In the collection, fabr
ic is slowly disappearing leaving only tufts of yarn on the exposed
lining, hemlines shrunken to almost irritating level and stained fabric touches the ground.
The core of the collection is the idea that despite the changes these clothes have faced, they still have been kept and treasured.
Materials and garment archetypes that are generally regarded as valuable collide with signs of wear and repair, revealing hints of workwear. Real luxury lies in things that need to be perceived at close distance.
Womenswear, Women's, Pattern cutting