While many designers challenge the boundaries of design and unique style, the conventional structure of garments has followed a similar deconstruction process for some time.

Striving to make a difference in the world of design construction, Vera de Pont have recently launched a stitch-free clothing collection that can be assembled without a sewing machine.

Giving the wearer a unique level of design control, the collection allows consumers to put the garment together by themselves. By removing the need for sewing, once the garment has been cut out as a single piece the design instantaneously takes shape and is ready to wear.

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With cutting guidelines incorporated into the coat’s bold pattern, the designer comments on the concept behind the collection;

“I wanted to bridge the factory with the consumer, and make the consumer more involved in the creative process of this garment as well as skipping the sewing industry – because it’s very time consuming.” (Dezeen, 2015)

References

De Zeen Magazine (2015) Vera De Pont pop up store

Vera de Pont’s Pop Up clothing is assembled without stitches

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[Online] Available at http://Http://www.dezeen.com/2015/10/20/vera-de-pont-pop-up-cut-out-fashion-collection-design-academy-eindhoven-dutch-design-week-2015/ [Accessed 1/4/16]

Trend Hunter (2015) From Water-Soluble Dresses to Credit Card Couture [Online] Available at http://Http://www.trendhunter.com/slideshow/techintegrated-textiles [Accessed 2/4/16]