I do love a bit of deconstruction. I recently stumbled upon these reworked t-shirts by CSM graduate Yang Li. These creations seem to be the result of playing around with the formula of the basic tee, to change all preconceptions we have. Sleeves, necklines and fronts have been multiplied to crazy proportions.
Everyone needs a plain white t-shirt, so how about sticking two together?
Where does my arm go? I wouldn't get dressed in the dark wearing these...or maybe I would, could make for an interesting and unexpected look.
I love how this piece drapes, purely by the fact it has ten sleeves. Maybe it's worth playing around with a load of my Dad's old t-shirts?
A more definite womenswear piece, featuring all that I love in a garment; fullness at the hips and seams aplenty. Not sure about the cost of these pieces, but I'm definitely inspired to rejig a few of my boring tees. See more here.
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