Is life on another planet possible?
The look into the future and as-
sociated social utopias are a topic
of our time. I have created for me
a utopian reality on another planet
in a possible future. The collection
is walking a borderline between
portable and unwearable, between
organic and inorganic, between
fashion, art and costume. Plastic as
an untipical matrial for cloth I used
to deform and recycle. Something
known got a new identity.
How does humanity could evolve
in the future? Will there still be mass-
production? What value will have
fashion and clothing? Today it says
"Made in China" and tomorrow
it says "Made in Mars"?
"Made in Mars"
photography: Djamila Grossman
It creeps, crawls, sticks and winds.
Unknowing what itself is, it is looking
for a home. Beautiful and unsightly
at the same. It captures my eye.
A collection inspired by animals, which
through their grace and at the same time
unsightliness create an ambivalent feeling
with me and thus arouse my fascination.
photography: Nancy Göring
fashion: Helene Werner
A men's shirt.
A white space with delicate lines
located due to function and strict
rules. Without these it wouldn't
be a men's shirt? Lines of collar,
front pocket and cuff seem to dis-
appear. Functions vanish but the
shirt remains a shirt.
During my Erasmus semster in
Geneva at the HEAD university
my creation in the workshop
"Unisex shirt" was selected to
be a giveaway for the VIPs on
the fashionshow in 20013. Two
hundred pieces were industrial
photography: Helene Werner
model: Hélène, Sebastian