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This is a hand-sewn cotton vest structured like magnified cotton fibers: 80 microns: 1 inch

The wrapping process for this piece is dependent on concentric curved folding. These folds follow the spiraling outline of the whole and contort the planar disc of the cut fabric into a dimensional helix. When multiple helixes are combined, they tangle. The entanglements generate pockets of negative space, maintaining the light airiness of cotton.

So, what happens when you wash it?

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