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."
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