to construct a garment is to build a home.

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calico.whore acknowledges the traditional owners of the land on which this work was created, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation, and their leaders past, present, and emerging. Sovereignty has never been ceded.
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both wearable artefacts and soft sculpture — intermittent releases, made-to-order pieces, and a high focus on detailing. an emphasis on design meant for life. wearables and objects are released at a glacial pace, reflecting the deliberate levels of detail possessed in each. locally sourced and often from discarded end-of-run materials, items are intensely unique and intimately personal. non-gendered, non-bodied, the archive fervently pursues the calico.whore mantra: to construct a garment is to build a home.

012 - home, the scent.
011 - shoulder bag.
010 - notes to myself headscarf
009 - side split dress.
008 - incision bodice w/ modular waistchain set.
007 - hosiery exchange set.
006 - compostable one piece suit.
005 - cropped shirt.
004 - hair chain dress.
003 - calico corset.
002 - cork pin brooch.
001 - low sensible heel.