Provo-CUT by Zita Merenyi is Inspired by Manmade Scars on the Earth

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jul 29, 2014 • References: facebook & psfk
The futuristic soldered fashion of Zita Merenyi utilitizes a unique technique in place of using traditional needle and thread to attach fabrics together to form clothes. Instead, the designer uses heat to bond the grey material, creating scar-like seams that are meant to represent the effect mankind has on the environment. Yet the results are striking enough to get people's attention without such a heavy commentary attached to it.

Dubbed The Provo-CUT collection, the futuristic soldered fashion could easily be spotted in an upcoming sci-fi film. As though wearable art pieces, the designs are harmed and healed in equal effects. Psfk writes, "Each of the incisions is hand-made by Merenyi, like every piece of pollution hurts the planet. When Merenyi treats the holes with paint, she is helping to lessen the negative effect." Stats for Futuristic Soldered Fashion Trending: Older & Buzzing
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