The highly evolved and structured civilization of the Persian people has endured for over 4000 years. Throughout history it has been subject to many radical political, religious, social and economic fluctuations that have challenged the core of it's cultural identity. The idea of "resurrecting" this
cultural core is the source of inspiration for my thesis collection.
I combined some aspects of the Persian aesthetic with the neutrality of decomposing natural form and used earth toned transparent fabrics and textured surface elements. I have also taken a combined inspiration from historic, religious and cultural aspects of the Iranian Kingdom and natural aspects of decomposition to explore the cultural decay of Iran and the resurrection of its natural forms.