My Central Saint Martins White Show garment and the colour development, born from my dialog between freedom and restriction, the duality of the ying&yang. I wanted to challenge a notion, through the colour boundary of the show.
I did so by spray painting my garment black the night before the show, hiding my model in a long white hood on the day with the fantastic help from a couple of fashion communication students, and had her unveil the garment when she hit the runway in front of Industry, faculty, and pupils.
Even though not the most relevant provocation, I am satisfied to have taken a risk and used my voice against a creative boundry, and have been the first to do so in the 2 decades of the shows history.
I think its important for aspiring creatives to challenge a norm and test their voice, think of a suggestive nature as a seed that needs to be planted, nurtured and always tested.
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