0,1,2,3,4’ collection by Kingston University fashion design graduate Shaun Harris investigates the development of fashion in a fourth dimensional perspective. Intelligent, clean and precise, Shaun explores minimalism from another angle, collating a collection with a perfect balance of light, structure and form. He explains, “I took interest in quantum physics and geometry which helped develop the in-depth concept behind the collection”.
The young designer combined historical and contemporary knowledge to help develop something for the future. The all-white looks were referenced from Malevich’s painting, Lady Torso (1928-29). “Malevich believed that white was the colour of infinity and it often features in the backgrounds of his work” he explained.
Choosing to use cotton organdie fabric to enhance his concept of structure and shape, the garments emphasise the beauty of whites and tonal greys. The garments move freely when worn, a beautiful contrast to the crisp geometric shapes and sharp cuts.
For further information on Shaun’s work and industry experience visit his portfolio via Artsthread