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MA Fashion project: INCROPS
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Biomimicry
Module Code: DEM002   Level: MA/Postgraduate    Dates: 04.11 - 19.05.2011
In this project I have strived to create a luxurious sustainable garment using nature’s natural patterns and shapes, also known as bio-mimicking, such as reptile skins. By combining modern techniques such as laser cutting with hand-sewn details I have created a garment with a luxurious appeal without depleting any natural resources; using discarded pieces of plywood and cutting the shapes out as efficiently as possible, and applying them on the fabric. This process is both sustainable as it is durable. It is this quality to both retain nature by mimicking its attributes, and making use of the product’s tendencies to last, by means of its lifespan and its aesthetic perception, that makes it sustainable. The process of biomimicry and its tendency to endure, creates a perfect natural balance; creating a biological ecosystem of a simulacra of nature, without discarding nature’s inherent harmonies.

 
Photography: Omar Fahmi
Photography: Omar Fahmi
Photography: Ezzidin Alwan
Photography: Ezzidin Alwan
Photography: Ezzidin Alwan
Photography: Ezzidin Alwan
Photography: Ezzidin Alwan
Photography: Ezzidin Alwan
Photography: Ezzidin Alwan
Photography: Ezzidin Alwan
Photography: Ezzidin Alwan
Photography: Ezzidin Alwan
Photography: Ezzidin Alwan