Placed and reconstructed in 3D, the 1/10 Edition is a conceptual unisex collection of 10 white T-Shirts, each made from a unique digital pattern and marked with a different seam configuration.
By applying mathematic principles to this one-piece pattern, we can generate countless variations of free shapes – or cuts – that determine the number and path of the seams across the open field of the T.
Unlike the seams on common shirts – restricted to the shoulders and sides – the seams run freely over the entire surface of the fabric and can be altered to any position and degree of complexity without losing the fit.
From a geometric perspective, an endless amount of differently shaped patterns can be generated that always fold into a perfect fit, leaving a signature in the form of seam lines.
Digitally dissecting and reducing clothing design to its basic building blocks opens a dimension in which clothing can be rebuilt and customized into any shape imaginable.
This geometric approach furthermore enables the optimization of the use of fabric.