Inner Fashion – Production Line at C-fabriek
Inner fashion Line
Thomas Vailly: Process design
Laura Lynn Jansen: Product and Context design
“Inner Fashion questions the codes, rules and production technic of fashion. The human body is seen as a fluid, inflatable and mobile structure in which the tension of fabric remplace muscles. Each piece of cloth are made of 2 layers: an inner layer, XXS, highly strechable and an outer layer, XL and none strechable. Both layer are dressed on a zeppelin shaped balloon representing the human body. As the balloon fills up with air, the fabric of the inner layer stretches out and both fabric are touching each other.
Where normally embroidery uses needle and thread, fast fashion production line uses glue. The glue connects both layer together where ever it is applied. The balloon is deflated. The tension of the inner fabric wrinkle, bend and fold the skin of the garment in an unique and unexpected way. On a few points, inner and outer skins are glued together creating a space between the body and the surounding.”
Photography on show: Team Peter Stigter