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I have been looking back at my past experiments in reductionist clothing. I am still working on how to make the external seams appear polished, but I really like the idea of exposed structure in clothes.

from Home Decor

Best Clothing Racks

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I now have a new (to me) designer to add to my top-five list. Yeohlee Teng, one of the most intellectual designers of the 1990s, often plays on pairings of opposites, even as simple as black and white but inevitably complicated by internal/external, exposed/hidden elements. She refers to clothing as shelter and has been associated with sculptural design, but her paramount interest is always in the ethic and the intellect of the garment.

Yeohlee, one of the most intellectual designers of the 1990s, often plays on pairings of opposites, even as simple as black and white but inevitably complicated by internal/external, exposed/hidden elements. She refers to clothing as shelter and has been associated with sculptural design, but her paramount interest is always in the ethic and the intellect of the garment.

from REI

Rolling Thunder Wheeled Duffel - 36"

water-resistant rugged nylon Separate zippered external compartment for dirty clothes or shoes Sherpa strap lets you secure a backpack or duffel on the face of the rolling luggage Perforated exposed back panel reduces weight without sacrificing strength Plastic bumpers protect the wear points 2 external zipper pockets and 1 small top zippered pocket Internal split mesh pocket has a die-cut ID window Coated daisy chains let you lash on extra gear

Donna Rosenthal, "He Said, She Said...Superheroes" Rosenthal explores “the effects of traditional and societal influences on the lives of women.” Rosenthal adds, “I use text, repetition, and the cultural symbolism of clothing to expose the struggles between the internal and external self.”