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The digitally printed barcode jumpsuit focuses on consumerism and explores the idea that the media has conditioned us to believe that we are all one of a kind and unique.It’s a broad yet focused inspiration behind this look but the overall aesthetic really came together and represents what I was trying to get across. I remember getting each of my family members to read the email again for me as I thought I must have misunderstood what was said- so to say the least, I was pretty chuffed.
My aim is to draw attention to the idea that we have become products of society through very quirky, silhouette driven, pop art garments.
It was the atmosphere at that fashion show years ago that sparked my interest to be a fashion designer and I haven’t looked back since.
My inspiration often comes from my love of crazy and clashing colours mixed with the 60’s Pop Art Movement and my fascination with consumerism and my generations obsessive tendencies in regard to technology and online platforms.
The concept itself was based around the obsessions of modern- technology.
Technology has invaded every facet of our urban existence and social media platforms are consuming our generation.
I do however want to expand and branch out as much as I can so once my time in Brisbane has come to an end, Sydney is my next destination.