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Utilizing minimalism and mute colors, and fabricated on natural fabrics such as linen and cotton blend, this ready-to-wear collection exhibits the transition from Winter to Spring. To carry out this transformation, the aspect of reversibility is used to unveil Spring colors from an overcast of Winter darkness. This collection, as well as the individual outfits, showcases aspects of sustainability that discusses quality and durability of the garment construction, and variability and transformability that challenge clothing waste. The outfit submission was named “Catelinda” after the combination of two model's name; it was designed to embody different senses of styles from the women who wore them. An important take-away from the purpose of this collection is that the individual garments were designed to be interchangeable with other garments, allowing the creation of different looks.

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Nov 11th, 9:00 AM

Unveil: Catelinda

Utilizing minimalism and mute colors, and fabricated on natural fabrics such as linen and cotton blend, this ready-to-wear collection exhibits the transition from Winter to Spring. To carry out this transformation, the aspect of reversibility is used to unveil Spring colors from an overcast of Winter darkness. This collection, as well as the individual outfits, showcases aspects of sustainability that discusses quality and durability of the garment construction, and variability and transformability that challenge clothing waste. The outfit submission was named “Catelinda” after the combination of two model's name; it was designed to embody different senses of styles from the women who wore them. An important take-away from the purpose of this collection is that the individual garments were designed to be interchangeable with other garments, allowing the creation of different looks.

 

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