The concept of this collection revolves around the idea of a ‘glitch’ - a phenomenon regarded as an error or malfunction; however, a glitch can also refer to emancipatory. ‘Glitch Feminism: A Manifesto’ suggests glitch opens more spaces closer to liberation. The biological structure of the human form is constructed, gender is constructed, and it is possible for identity liberation as we re-materialise the body and re-value it. Hence, a hypothesis is generated regarding the future of the branching of fashion genres, aesthetic experiences, and identities as it eventually evolves into countless variations, which will overload our aesthetic experience. This collection will be evidence of such specifications.