Simple layered Macaroon . Different textures and identities combined into a whole.
This collection deals with the three main needs for humans to live, food, shelter, and clothing. The three common things around, in , or on on us are layered but we do not always see how they come together as a layer. We believe that everything is mixed together losing its individuality to become a greater part of a whole, but that is not the case when it comes to layers. Layers combine aspects with each other but keep their identity in full check and express them in clear evidence. Layers compel us to try different things it opens up the opportunity that combining something together but having it express it self in a clash with something else that is clashing back at it creates something visual exciting. And what more of a way then to show examples of our daily living that we do not always understand how these layers influence our lives.
Layered Food where the layer exists as a whole and not stacks
Layered Clothing using two different types of materials. Metallic Leggings and Cloth. The sleek future look of the leggings contrast the multi-patch patterned of the tank top.
Max Azia’s collection of bandage dresses (Joss Stone Model)
The stacking of layers but instead of stacking blocks of color he blends the colors into each other to create a gradient.