Runway CSPS 4/19/13 

SailorSwirl IA

 This dress is made from the most common factory off-cut fabric shape! The majority of garment cutout situations all edges are cut off and thrown away!  These long narrow pieces are useful.

Patch Swirl IA

 This dress is made from the most common factory off-cut fabric shape! The majority of garment cutout situations all edges are cut off and thrown away!  These long narrow pieces are useful.  This particular dress has some creative input to the off-cut pieces colors and lengths were mixed.

Swirl2 IA

 This dress is made from the most common factory off-cut fabric shape! The majority of garment cutout situations all edges are cut off and thrown away!  These long narrow pieces are useful.

Tulip IA

This dress was made with off cut fabric shapes that were found!  This dress was created from a stack of thrown away pieces all the pieces were the same shape.  This is a prime example of a missed design in the production process.  As fabric is stacked layer upon layer, as multiple garments are cut out simultaneously designers can consider their off cut in this way too.

Twist on Swirl Red IA

 This dress is made from the most common factory off-cut fabric shape! The majority of garment cutout situations all edges are cut off and thrown away!  These long narrow pieces are useful.This is one continuous band of fabric sewn together, then it had long triangular found pieces sewn into the bottom to create a flowing skirt. 

Cotton Swirl IA

 This dress is made from the most common factory off-cut fabric shape! The majority of garment cutout situations all edges are cut off and thrown away!  These long narrow pieces are useful.

Swirl Stirpes IA

 This dress is made from the most common factory off-cut fabric shape! The majority of garment cutout situations all edges are cut off and thrown away!  These long narrow pieces are useful.

Swirl Hanki IA2

This dress is a combination of common found factory waste shapes.   

Snake IA

This dress was made with off cut fabric shapes that were found!  This dress was created from a stack of thrown away pieces all the pieces were the same shape.  This is a prime example of a missed design in the production process.  As fabric is stacked layer upon layer, as multiple garments are cut out simultaneously designers can consider their off cut in this way too.

Swirl sleeves IA

 This dress is made from the most common factory off-cut fabric shape! The majority of garment cutout situations all edges are cut off and thrown away!  These long narrow pieces are useful.

Grey swirl IA

 This dress is made from the most common factory off-cut fabric shape! The majority of garment cutout situations all edges are cut off and thrown away!  These long narrow pieces are useful.

Buttercup IA

This dress was made with off cut fabric shapes that were found!  This dress was created from a stack of thrown away pieces all the pieces were the same shape.  This is a prime example of a missed design in the production process.  As fabric is stacked layer upon layer, as multiple garments are cut out simultaneously designers can consider their off cut in this way too.

Swirl hanki IA

This dress is a combination of common found factory waste shapes.   

B:W Twist on Swirl 1

 This dress is made from the most common factory off-cut fabric shape! The majority of garment cutout situations all edges are cut off and thrown away!  These long narrow pieces are useful.This is one continuous band of fabric sewn together, then it had long triangular found pieces sewn into the bottom to create a flowing skirt. 

B:W Twist on Swirl

 This dress is made from the most common factory off-cut fabric shape! The majority of garment cutout situations all edges are cut off and thrown away!  These long narrow pieces are useful.This is one continuous band of fabric sewn together, then it had long triangular found pieces sewn into the bottom to create a flowing skirt. 

Show Photographers: Charles Rain Black, Mike Roeder

Hair + Make-up Sherry Roeder


© Melissa Lockwood 2016