Interpreting fashion with geometrical shapes always excites me because when I simplify garments with the lines and faces, I can better understand their shapes and beauty. I love to drape fabric or any other material on a dress form or a body to see how the clothing is connected with the wearer. I discover unexpected but beautiful shapes between the media and wearer during the process.
I have challenged myself for my final project in school by applying dimensions and perspectives on clothes. Trompe l’œil is such a witty method of displaying dimensions and perspectives. I started my thesis collection from trompe l’œil; furthermore, I have been exploring perspectives not only in fine art but architecture.
I used monochromatic colors and limited using various fabrics to concentrate my point of view. Instead, I drew, draped, layered, fused, weaved, constructed, and deconstructed.