This garments dominant feature is the "halo" around the torso. It is constructed of an equal gap obj bulky stitches that imitates the the appearance of water ripples. The torso is the "initial point" before the order disrupts and its very tidy visibly and frozen in position. The lower body is assembled from straps finished with the same stiches as the toeso that come out from the center of the body and create symmetry but violate the order in their free fall on the body.
THIS IS A DIGITAL ITEM, IT ONLY EXISTS DIGITALLY AND WILL BE APPLIED TO YOUR PHOTO(s)
Material: digital polyester, digital polypropylene fibers.
Digital clothes fit all sizes.
About the collection:
Rena Timkin studies in Shenkar College of Engineering, Art and Design. "Something as small as a flutter of a butterfly's wing can cause a typhoon halfway around the world". This saying is a simple description of a phenomenon whereby a minute localized change in a complex system can have large effects elsewhere. This phenomenon is called "The Butterfly Effect" and it served me as Rena's main inspiration for this project.
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 to shape the future of technology. Shenkar College was rated the number 6 Fashion School in the world by the Business of Fashion in 2017.