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Design House KidSuper
Designer Colm Dillane American

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RESPECT 1. An act of giving particular attention:

Colm Dillane, founder of the art and design collective KidSuper, presented the studio’s debut collection as a stop-motion animation featuring twenty-two miniature ensembles dressed on Barbie dolls with 3D-printed heads, each resembling one of Dillane’s heroes. For Dillane, the process significantly reduced the amount of material required to make garment samples, and he used frayed and unfinished scraps to create this full-size version of the "People’s Jacket" and "People’s Pants." These titles and the overlapping brown, yellow, and blue figure appliqués reflect the studio’s communal spirit.

Ensemble, KidSuper (American, founded 2011), Linen, cotton

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