Kayla Yazi is a 3D designer and a second year graduate at Shenkar College of Engineering, Art and Design. Kayla’s 3D collection idea was born from the personal story of her Orthodox father’s conversion therapy he had to undertake because of his sexual orientation. The garment represents a journey to finding harmony and learning to accept other people’s choices.
THIS IS A DIGITAL ITEM, IT ONLY EXISTS DIGITALLY AND WILL BE APPLIED TO YOUR PHOTO(s).
Color: black and white.
Material: wool and leather.
Digital clothes fit all sizes.
About the project:
United under the big aim to support and nurture unique creative talents, DRESSX and Fashion Design Department at Shenkar College of Engineering, Art and Design have partnered up to showcase the digital fashion assets created by college's second year graduate students. The collaborative project tells a story of 15 young designers, who transformed their life experiences, family contradictions, and recent discoveries to create a joint collection which will now see the world at DRESSX. The 100% digital collection did not require any material fabrics, water, or CO2 for shipping and deliveries, creating the blueprint for traditional fashion institutions and optimising art education in the 21st Century. Student works were curated by the college tutors Ana Solo and Gilly Bahat Eshkol.
Shenkar College of Engineering, Art and Design is a top-ranked Israeli academy. The college’s goal is to foster an interdisciplinary environment where designers, artists, and engineers work together shaping the future of technologies. Shenkar College was rated number 6 Fashion School in the world by the Business of Fashion in 2017.