The taboo fashion museum
Project Type : COMMERCIAL
Project Location : FITZROY, Victoria, Australia
Project Size : 17280 sq. m
Vestiary Exposed is a fashion museum tower to represent the concept of body exposure - the taboo discussion within fashion. Inspired by a piece during the Modern Arabian Nights fashion show by French designer Marithé and François Girbaud's bejeweled burka which was not coincidentally launched during the controversial banning of burkas in France.
The form of the tower itself contains various openings to highlight some heavily debate anatomical portions when discussing about body exposure, specifically the face, hair, bust, rear, and legs.
Project in collaboration with Syireen Asyina Ismail.