Maryam Farsi: Unisex Fashion Design Show Past

Jan 15-17, 2016 ,
2:00 PM - 8:00 PM
- Tehran, Iran

My current collection has roots in thoughts on light and shadows. It began when I was thinking about how light shines on human body, male and female, and equally illuminates them, or keeps them hidden within the shades and mystery. May I accordingly, be able to design clothes that beautify male and female identically similar? And may this process transform body to a concept beyond gender and idealistic stereotypes?
Shades of gray, white, and black, dark and light occupied my mind. Likewise, was the challenge that whether it is possible to arrange the cuts as if I am utilizing the light? Furthermore, how is it possible to apply parts of body that are not considered important in designing for male and female? Thus, if I take the cloth as rays of light it would not have a gender, but it would be above that.
The “Unisex” collection is hence, raised up of such questions and demands. Furthermore, it is trying to step over ordinary obligations of gender regarding beauty.
Maryam Farsi


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