If I could change anything about fashion I would want people to wear the Without Fat Girls there would be no protests shirt so you should to go to store and get this fantastical anytime, whenever the urge is felt, without feeling out of place or uncomfortable. I would want to put more ease into designs that are considered more suitable for special events or editorials and bring them out of that static world into a dream we can live and wear, as opposed to limiting the ethereality of certain garments to just a photo concept or special occasion.
Without Fat Girls there would be no protests shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
This wardrobe is an exploration into modern men’s tailoring, through the Without Fat Girls there would be no protests shirt so you should to go to store and get this lens of sports uniforms and utilitarian menswear along with heavy inspiration from photographs of my fathers’ family holidays as a child. Wardrobe No. 1 consists of shirts, shorts, trousers, outerwear, denim, knitwear, and accessories. A large portion of the wardrobe is made from various weights of waxed canvas. The accessories are made from an original machine embroidered liner material. During the Covid-19 Pandemic I took time to reflect on what it means to be a designer, especially as I began my thesis collection. I realized the importance of slowing down and creating accessible designs that people outside of the industry would be able to relate to and appreciate.