Parts of elastic jersey fabric in two colors and two thicknesses and parts of transparent fabric and smaller scraps for the bottom extension. Four dress' front parts that had cutting defects were reworked into the pants. These are supported by a visible panties shape body with contrasting fabric strips on the insertion line. These parts are scraps that resulted from the industrial cutting process in a clothing factory and the irregularities of the hemlines as well as the asymmetry mark the provenience of the fabric and illustrate the experimental nature. The item can not be reproduced identically with respect to the type of fabrics and their exact arrangement nor to the seams irregularities. Each piece is individually cleaned, laid out, and cut at the Common studio and finished locally in Romania. Each garment comes with an individual tag that tells the story of the included parts, handwritten by the designer.
forest fire overall C5L09D01
Parts: larger scraps of elastic jersey with small defects in two types, smaller scraps and transparent fabric scraps sewn together as bottom extension
Composition: unidentified fiber content. Entirely made from textile waste, fabric scraps or used textiles
Care: machine wash at 30, do not bleach, do not tumble dry, iron at medium temperature, dry clean
Tight elastic fit
Straight cut over the bust
Contrasting fabrics & visible contrasting seams
No zipper or button closure
Interior seamline open from knee down
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