• NimTung (Judy) Tang

Inspired by Fumio Sasaki, a Japanese writer who lives with a few pieces of clothing and not much else, this graduation collection examines minimalism through an exploration of routine, connectivity and efficiency. In reducing clutter and excess, we produce a demand for efficiency (that is, how much can we achieve with as little as possible?) and — as an emergent property of having such little variety — routine. Cycling through the same pieces in our wardrobe day after day, week after week, these clothes become enmeshed with ourselves, inextricably linked to one another just as our daily activities and routines seamlessly flow from one to the next.