DAS PRERANA
Chua Chu Kang Secondary School (NJC AEP Centre)
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2020
Oh! Tribal Haute Couture, 2020
Sculpture

To put ethnic clothing and Haute Couture side by side is a massive juxtaposition, two completely different worlds of fashion. Inspired by Rei Kawakubo, I turned ethnic tribal clothing into haute couture, incorporating the concepts of Play, Light and Texture. My mannequin are my rendition of ancient Indian Statue from rural temples, with exaggerated body proportions to emphasise unrealistic body standards. There is no glue or stitching used, only the act of draping, dyeing with natural materials like turmeric and use of reflective materials. 

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2020
Oh! Tribal Haute Couture, 2020
Sculpture

To put ethnic clothing and Haute Couture side by side is a massive juxtaposition, two completely different worlds of fashion. Inspired by Rei Kawakubo, I turned ethnic tribal clothing into haute couture, incorporating the concepts of Play, Light and Texture. My mannequin are my rendition of ancient Indian Statue from rural temples, with exaggerated body proportions to emphasise unrealistic body standards. There is no glue or stitching used, only the act of draping, dyeing with natural materials like turmeric and use of reflective materials. 

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2020
Oh! Tribal Haute Couture, 2020
Drawing

To put ethnic clothing and Haute Couture side by side is a massive juxtaposition, two completely different worlds of fashion. Inspired by Rei Kawakubo, I turned ethnic tribal clothing into haute couture, incorporating the concepts of Play, Light and Texture. My mannequin are my rendition of ancient Indian Statue from rural temples, with exaggerated body proportions to emphasise unrealistic body standards. There is no glue or stitching used, only the act of draping, dyeing with natural materials like turmeric and use of reflective materials. 

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2020
Oh! Tribal Haute Couture, 2020
Drawing

To put ethnic clothing and Haute Couture side by side is a massive juxtaposition, two completely different worlds of fashion. Inspired by Rei Kawakubo, I turned ethnic tribal clothing into haute couture, incorporating the concepts of Play, Light and Texture. My mannequin are my rendition of ancient Indian Statue from rural temples, with exaggerated body proportions to emphasise unrealistic body standards. There is no glue or stitching used, only the act of draping, dyeing with natural materials like turmeric and use of reflective materials. 

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2020
Oh! Tribal Haute Couture, 2020
Drawing

To put ethnic clothing and Haute Couture side by side is a massive juxtaposition, two completely different worlds of fashion. Inspired by Rei Kawakubo, I turned ethnic tribal clothing into haute couture, incorporating the concepts of Play, Light and Texture. My mannequin are my rendition of ancient Indian Statue from rural temples, with exaggerated body proportions to emphasise unrealistic body standards. There is no glue or stitching used, only the act of draping, dyeing with natural materials like turmeric and use of reflective materials. 

Secondary 4
Oh! Tribal Haute Couture, 2020 2020 Sculpture

To put ethnic clothing and Haute Couture side by side is a massive juxtaposition, two completely different worlds of fashion. Inspired by Rei Kawakubo, I turned ethnic tribal clothing into haute couture, incorporating the concepts of Play, Light and Texture. My mannequin are my rendition of ancient Indian Statue from rural temples, with exaggerated body proportions to emphasise unrealistic body standards. There is no glue or stitching used, only the act of draping, dyeing with natural materials like turmeric and use of reflective materials.