Accessories become garments,
a garment becomes another garment,
parts of garment become again accessories.
Modular design, or modular construction, is a design strategy that subdivides a system into smaller parts, modules that are created independently and then can be used in different systems. In this way, reusable modules can be used in different systems - a kind of qualitative semi-manufactures enabling re-contextualisation and a long and varied product life.
This is an example of a modular fashion - clothing parts that can be added to and subtracted to create various kinds of garments, such as dresses, tops, skirts, with sleeves, without sleeves etc.
The collection is based on interconnected modules, flexible in design, fit and construction. The modules are 16 scarves, designed into 5 different types of garments.
It is a mono material collection, 100% polyester, including stitching and thus possible to recycle on fibre level.