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The collection initially develops from the idea of deconstruction architecture and the coexistence of an unusual forms, and materials which develop into an unexpected result and form.

The development of this collection has been progressed subconsciously to bring about a certain message which symbolizes political and society satire.

The design heavily applies the notion of misplacement; which has come into play with garment construction, asymmetry and contrasting materials. Foil transfer technique has been applied to duplicate and emphasize the idea of architectural structure.

Element such as dawn jacket and denim are constructed with delicate fabric such as lace and silk were introduced which is the impression of an abstract form, the mixture of street and haute couture.

The collection also references back to one of the most memorable moments in fashion history. Erwin Blumenfeld and Ray Petri’s work were implied through decoration techniques to signify the hidden message that was interpreted into today’s world’s politics. 

All forms are distorted through the concept of deconstruction and all faith are distorted through the distortion of our society 

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Influences

To give a different spin, Ray Petri dressed up a 13 year-old Jewish boy with Jamaican’s term, ‘killer’. Killer in this context has double meaning but interestingly, the word has been ripped off a newspaper. 

Blumenfeld’s most iconic photograph from
Vogue’s January 1950 cover has inspired the embellishment but interpreted in the context which express the emotional feelings to remark the concept of ‘Distorted Faith’
 

A distinct movements in the United States that have advocated extremist reactionary positions such as white supremacy, white nationalism.

KKK has shown movement and praised Donald Trump while running for US president 

"The development of this collection has been progressed subconsciously to bring about a certain message which symbolizes political and society satire" 

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