Eccentric and chaotic styling

I struggled at first with knowing what to do with my clothes and how to style them in a way where they looked abstract, but still had an element of avant-garde fashion. I found that layering different items of clothing and tying different garments was most successful, and the more I experimented with styling the easier it was. I think I would have been able to do more if I had another shirt, as I used my green shirt in all of my outfits. It was useful as a layering piece or something to tie around myself. If i had more shirts i think it would have been interesting to button lots together and make an eccentric dress. This way of styling helped me really think outside the box and start thinking of ways I could use the silhouettes I have created in my final piece 

Yohji Yamamoto-

 Yamamoto is a Japanese fashion designer based in Tokyo and Paris. Considered a master tailor alongside those such as Madeleine Vionnet, he is known for his avant-garde tailoring featuring Japanese design aesthetics

Ready to wear SS19-

This collection was staged as a dark space surrounded by scaffolding which could symbolise the construction and deconstruction of Yamamoto’s work. According to Yamamoto this collection has three sections and themes, anti-racism, anti-crazy global warming and anti-genderless fashion. I love the way that the dress looks like the model has just been wrapped in swathes of fabric and secured with strips if fabric. The looks are very free and loose, and look as though they have just been put together right before the models went out onto the catwalk

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