Hazem Kais 1st Year / Class of 2017

Good Kill

Dadaism is an art movement that began during World War I as a reaction against the smugnes of highbrow traditional art. Their work represented alternative ways of thinking and using different materials. GOODKILL was inspired by Dadaist collage art – using patchwork, dark colors, absurd use of lines and edges, and unorthodox experimentation with textures. Using these elements, GOODKILL represents a reaction against traditional women’s wear. The resulting pieces replace typical feminine silhouettes with wide, asymmetrical forms and layering. This winter collection is androgynous and edgy, employing raw edges and geometric cuts.

Photography: Fouad Tadros
Fabrics: Cotton, Jersey, Wool, Silk

Color Palette: Black, Grey

Techniques: Piping, Patchwork, Draping

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