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Wild Things: A Collection of Handwoven Couture - Making garments that connect us to our lively surrounding using composite garment weaving, tapestry techniques and geometrical pattern making


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Title: Wild Things: A Collection of Handwoven Couture - Making garments that connect us to our lively surrounding using composite garment weaving, tapestry techniques and geometrical pattern making
Authors: Recker, Luisa
Issue Date: 1-Jun-2021
Degree: Student essay
Publication type: report
Keywords: Composite Garment Weaving
Weaving
Pattern Making
Tapestry
Making
Clothes
Fashion
Haute Couture
Design
Loom
Textile
Craft
Block Pattern
Geometry
Fully Fashioned
Zero Waste
Slow Fashion
Sustainability
Sensuality
Abstract: In this work, a hand-woven fashion collection is designed. The aim is to create clothes that connect us with life and nature and make us feel that we are part of a vibrant surrounding. Following the idea of clothes as a social mean to connect to one’s environment, this work examines several concepts and techniques that already incorporate certain aspects of connectedness and directness. A particular interest lies in how the form of clothes can relate to the way they are made and the tools that a... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/69578
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