Investigating the relationship between the human body and geometry.
The Lilac Ombré jumpsuit.
The fitted jumpsuit explores the effects of shadowing through heat transfer prints. Pockets are placed on the inside for replaceable paddings to be inserted. Cushioning is added for protective purposes on multiple places, for example the back and the knees. Thin layers of spandex are stacked together for a plush effect.
The Lilac Ombré Jacket
The long puffer coat explores the effects of shadowing through heat transfer prints. They lining of the jacket is divided into multiple panels where the interlining can be replaced with materials of various heat preserving abilities. A special padding inspired by corrugated cardboard paper that can even out pressure applied is also an option. The sleeves of the jacket are detachable.
The Tiffany Ombré Dress
This fitted, sleeveless dress experiments with shadows by using ombre layering. Pockets are also applied for similar usage, to protect the body and offer comfort. Pockets are positioned on the lower abdomen and lower back in hopes to mitigate discomfort caused by menstrual cramps. Cushioning is added on the thighs and bottom for comfort yet still allowing movement.
The Tiffany Ombré Jacket
This short puffer jacket also experiments with shadows by using varying degrees of halftone effects. Pockets are also applied for similar usage, which can be opened with adhesive straps. The sleeves of the jacket are also detachable. A supporting memory foam cushion is added on the back of the jacket following the shape of the spine. It is removable according to the need of the user.