'The Butterfly Effect'


An interpretation of the ‘Butterfly Effect’, this collection is influenced by the ‘Chaos Theory’ where minor changes cause a string of events, resulting in large differences through independent, non-linear sequences. Each garment begins with the same template, whereby the final design is determined based upon 'insignificant' differences such as fabric choice, scale, and armhole placement which ultimately results in a significantly different outcome  - altering the course of line and its correlating events to communicate the concept of ‘chaos’. The utilisation of single and multiples of the same pattern pieces allows for experimental cutting and draping, while still retaining the simplicity in design. Layering of sheer fabrics and contrasting materials suggests order, perception and unpredictability.

Photography Lenart Kirbis | Model Manca Vodopivec | MUA Sabina Gatej | MUA assistant Petra Kusterle