»Still The Same« — Master Thesis

This experiment is challenging the way clothes are produced by exploring 
3-dimensional methods as opposed to cutting, sewing and knitting. Inspired by industrial production techniques, methods of creating garments using two component biocomposites (polyester/viscose) were examined.

Wrapping fibers around a T-Shirt shaped frame, or drawing fiber pulp through shaped mesh, forms are created and then baked to fuse. In contrast to traditional production methods, no waste is produced. The absence oh the »traditional« seams is challenging the designer to create a variety of new aesthetics, therefore, changing and minimizing the design process irrevocably and showing the potential of industrial materials and techniques
applied to fashion.

The book refers to the minimalistic design process and visualises it in graphic clarity and clean typographic hierarchies. On 220 pages the publication covers the whole process and provides a calm and barrier-free reading environment putting the content first. Very clean photography by Hanover based StudioTusch and Martin Pötter support the focussed aesthetic of the book and gives the reader time to process the huge amount of information at the same time.


FASHION
Concept / Design: Lisa Rammelkamp
Model: Paula Grafenhorst

EDITORIAL DESIGN

PHOTOGRAPHY
Stills: StudioTusch
Editorial: Martin Pötter​​​
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