• Aurelia Jordan

Degree show work looking at delicate layers that are revealed as flora and fauna decay. This destruction, deconstruction and reconstruction play a key role in the design process. Floral skeletons containing intricate grids are encased in abstract silhouettes. These qualities create a contrasting juxtaposition enhanced through my illustrative use of rigid lines paired with semi-spontaneous mark making.

Translucent, delicate garments surround the body with subtle prints, that could easily be mistaken as the wearers’ skin, while tough materials such as denim, latex, mushroom and pineapple leather offer a rigid structure to the body. The process of 'a loss of pigment' in all ageing organisms is reflected with a natural color palette where lots of shades within the same few colours have been applied.