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Wearable Tapestries

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‘Wearable Tapestries’ puts the relationship we have with our clothing in another perspective and questions the current relation we have with our clothing, within an industry in which we consume and waste too much.

From a different perspective on clothing to multifunctional design

This project originated due to an affinity with textile, making of prints and an interest in the sustainability of the fashion industry.

Is it possible to change our view on clothing by making this multifunctional?

‘Wearable Tapestries’ does this by combining fashion and art. Which has resulted in a mixed medium with a double function, making the piece both wearable as a piece of clothing as well as a decorative tapestry.
The piece of clothing has been designed in such a way that it can easily be transformed into a tapestry. Because of its double function the design asks to question what it is the buyer actually purchases, thereby extending the cycle of usage of the clothing piece/tapestries.

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About Luke Spiering

As a young designer, my work lies at the intersection of art and fashion. Passionate about textile manipulation, creating prints combined with conceptual ideas I try to push the boundaries of traditional fashion design.

Through my designs, I aim to challenge conventional ideas about fashion and encourage more sustainable and socially conscious practices. I believe that fashion has the power to inspire change, and I am committed to be part of this change.

by Feeble

by Feeble

by Feeble

Station area, Design Perron, Fuutlaan 12 , Map No. G4
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