Jennifer Shevlin

RMIT Bachelor of Fashion (Design)

Inside out is a capsule collection, with its use of adjustable, detachable, and reversible parts to allow for the garments to be worn in a variety of ways and for a variety of occasions. This collection transforms 17th & 18th century undergarments which were worn for one purpose and only seen in private quarters, to be worn outdoors and with multiple purposes. Continuing the bedroom theme, I used worn bed sheets and cotton broadcloth which is hand painted with a marble effect to display the flux of emotions, both the highs and the lows which have been experienced during lockdown.

RMIT Bachelor of Fashion (Design)

Inside out is a capsule collection, with its use of adjustable, detachable, and reversible parts to allow for the garments to be worn in a variety of ways and for a variety of occasions. This collection transforms 17th & 18th century undergarments which were worn for one purpose and only seen in private quarters, to be worn outdoors and with multiple purposes. Continuing the bedroom theme, I used worn bed sheets and cotton broadcloth which is hand painted with a marble effect to display the flux of emotions, both the highs and the lows which have been experienced during lockdown.

Collection Title: Inside Out
Photographers: Charli Amici, Nedeljko Jovovic 
Model: Lauren Espenschied 
Stylist, HMUA, Editor: Jennifer Shevlin 

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