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Garment Interviews
 
[Ongoing]


Behind each made garment and accessory is an extensive body of research, that puts the individual and collective experiences of dress at the heart of sustainable practice. Each fashion design embodies a story of personal significance - a garment story, recollected through the hidden contents of our pockets and everyday acts of dressing.

Garment Interviews is an ongoing project where anthropological research methods are used to collect garment stories from individuals and communities. These interviews cover everything from mundane acts of dressing to the complex relationship between clothing, identity and society. The insights are then used to develop practical design solutions for a more sustainable and inclusive fashion future, and to inspire creative fashion design outcomes. The overarching purpose of this work is to communicate our individual and collective social and environmental responsibility. At the centre, however, is a desire to reimagine the stories of our clothes, to celebrate the often overlooked skills of garment construction, and to put the diverse experiences of the individual at the heart of the design process.



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