This project explores the context-crossings method by fusing the 1920s and street style archetypes and elements for creating interesting aesthetic expressions and looks. These experimental hybrids are created using different methods, such as self-cultivation, hybrid cards, material manipulation, and styling.
Even though 1920s fashion is praised by many, it is rarely seen in a street style context; thus, this degree project opens up a great potential to dive into the 1920s and street style collision for finding new expressions. During this investigation, I understood that the silhouettes proposed in this project get their interesting expressions from the materials used, and without these manipulations, the design would, in some cases, be impossible to mimic using a ready-made textile.
Photos: Daniela Ferro