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Mary Huang: Computation and Fashion

Deconstruction of a shirt

I never liked that shirt. It was too bright for me. Plus if I wore it out of doors in spring or summer in San Diego it seemed to attract bees.
The Red Shirt
So it really wasn’t much of a sacrifice to use this garment for our experiment in deconstruction.
Class deconstruction
What was a bit of a surprise to me were how many pieces of fabric it took to make one simple shirt.
Red: deconstructed
There were actually more than what you can see in the image as the pocket, collar, and button-up neck area were comprised of several layers and types of fabric.

Peter Terezakis

Tisch School of the Arts