The hard work doesn't end even when the final stitch has been put in place — the presentation of the designs the students from LASALLE have laboured over this semester, is equally as important.
But what goes into a set up to ensure that the inspiration, vision and skills are all showcased in the best light possible? That comes down to putting together a multi-faceted display that ensures all pieces of the puzzle fit: The rich history of the kimono, its inspiring elements, and finally, the design interpretation, has to come together to create a cohesive exhibition.
At Kimono In:Tangible now open at LASALLE College of the Arts, the set up takes you on an enriching journey from past to present, and is a digital and physical discovery of the age-old art reworked to convey it's relevance and beauty in the modern world.
Press play on the video above to catch the exhibition in the making.
Kimono In:Tangible is now open till 5 November, every Tuesday to Sunday from 12pm to 7pm, and is closed on Mondays and public holidays.