Northwestern University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland

STEPHANIE NINA YOON

THE ELSE-KIND

THE ELSE-KIND reflects a confrontation with common stereotypes and perceptions the designer encounters living in Europe. Fashion which belongs nowhere, or on the other hand, everywhere. At first glance the clothes seem familiar, with classical suiting fabrics used to symbolise being part of a crowd. However, when the eye lingers long enough, the wearers’ skin is unexpectedly revealed along with an anatomy that doesn’t quite seem human.