Last month I've been wondering what actually defines a standard t-shirt and what can be changed or swapped in it to make it more modern and original but still preserving its essence.
1. Firstly, I noticed that the surface of the t-shirt doesn't need to be unimpaired and having some holes and ruptures defined by the pattern still gives us a clear shape;
2. What if we cut out some part of the sufrace and leave borders (neckline, ...) clear and untouched? It works too.
3. Adding some volume by creating folds gathered under the accented edge is a bit like negation to previous points and it even brings out the essence of the t-shirt rather than divagates with it.
4. Concentrating on the jersey nature of the t-shirt I'm trying to show that there can be several different types of this textile used to sew it
5. Developing my thoughts about surfaces, lines, borders and variety of textiles that can be used I layered two of them in a one garment and played a little bit with the bottom line - it's like mixing a crop top with a knitwear and finding the balance between, in a tee.