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. 

Click here for all episodes.
Video shot using the Apple iPad Air 2 and edited with iMovie.

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.