The exhibition moves away from today’s fast-paced retail environment and explores fashion in a more sustainable direction. The exhibition questions the value of vintage objects through themes addressing modernisation and transformation, tangible versus intangible, and old versus new. It is a multidisciplinary project between Fashion Design and Fashion Media & Industries students. On top of that, this exhibition collaborated with Buro 24/7 Singapore in creating 5 web-series covering the process of deconstructing and reconstructing the kimono pieces.
The exhibition branding was inspired by Zen philosophy, which is the essence of Japanese culture and way of living, Enso–the circle that express the moment when the mind is free and let the body create–is used as the main signifier on every visuals to enhance the tangible and intangible aspect of this exhibition.