Deconstructing form and materials Japanese design challenging western fashion ideologies.
- Form in relation to functionality
- Materials and it’s connotations re functionality
- Materials and cultural connotations, narratives, themes and motifs.
- Relate to other work and concept in academic study ‘inspired by this work…but changed this aspect because…’
- to articulate reference books or other work
- always provide a concept which has inspired you or dis you.
- Strange if you compare it to western tradition
- No outline of physical form-fashion can’t be separated from function to dress- Yama did this.
- The body can’t interact with this clothing because of stiff material elements.
- clear sharp edges opposite to female body
- materials in form and function can create another meaning
- Could have only designed this if he researched hid subject fashion and went against the cultural context
- He used to work in a company which thrived perfection but he was against it.
- ideology of western fashion is non existent in his work
- No symmetry is categorized with perfection.
- Sculptural as it’s irrelevant to the body