Exploring the intricate workings of nature, Growth and Deterioration is the fashion thesis collection of Sheri Shih Hui Chang, a Taiwanese graduate whose exceptional attention to detail and shape promises astronomical success in the near future. With digital modeling design techniques and production processes which include digital fabrications, from 3D printing, routing to laser cutting, Chi Sheri focuses on the interface between computational forms and nature’s growth patterns. Using parametric digital techniques to create repeated natural patterns, the morphology of the garments is at once shell-like, ergonomic and elaborately structured.
Taking inspiration from the aesthetic and ectoplasmic processes of foraminifera, Chi Sheri’s collection is a study of perfection in organic forms. Selected from over 200 applicants for CFDA+’s 2015 Design Graduates, her acute vision and unique talent has already been spotted, marking a promising start to what will undoubtedly be an illustrious career.
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